I decided to pull off the door to the compost bin to see what was brewing in there that I could shovel into my beds.
Liquid gold at the bottom there. That stuff costs big money in bags at the nursery. I was so happy to have my pitchfork that I splurged on last year, as it was just the tool to sift through and scoop it out to mix in.
This was interesting: SunChips bags claim to be compostable, but obviously they take much longer to biodegrade than raw produce that has been thrown in. I threw it back in to let it keep composting. You can see around the edges have started to biodegrade. It is a fun experiment, if nothing else.
A few of you reading will appreciate these last pictures.
to this. Now the compost can nourish the soil and get it all ready for planting.