|I have a most reliable composting system on the go. Within about 6 weeks I can degrade nearly anything (I choose) into compost. This includes all the surplus from the kitchen - including tomatoes, which are supposedly too acidic to degrade properly. All the lawn clippings go in, and make it wonderfully HOT!|
However, this time I have a problem. The compost that I spread on the newly tilled green bean bed, and the newly tilled broccoli bed, have been overwhelmed with tomato seedlinga. Hundreds of them. I have now weeded this lot, but know that in two weeks time there will be another green carpet.
Perhaps, I should rethink my attitude to the inclusion of tomatoes. These beds I show you here are meant to grow Broccoli and Cauliflower, which are in this little lot somewhere.