11:00 - 12:30
Locatie: Fruittuin van West
Regular composting, also known as “cold composting”, involves placing a variety of organic materials in a compost bin, enclosure, or even just in a large heap, and leaving it there until it breaks down. It’s a very slow process and typically takes 6 to 12 months. The other approach to composting is “hot composting”, which produces compost in a much shorter time. It has the benefits of killing weed seeds and pathogens (diseases), and breaking down the material into very fine compost. One hot composting method, the Berkeley method, developed by the University of California, Berkley, is a fast, efficient, high-temperature, composting technique which will produce high quality compost in 18 days.
In this workshop you can learn this technique and we will start a heap together!
Reserveringen is gesloten.