No-Turn Composting: Build a Bio-Reactor!

by Oct 9, 2021

Not all compost is the same.

Healthy biologically active compost is not only a way to provide plants with nutrients, if done right, it can infuse soil with LIFE–and thus is far better for both sequestering carbon in soil and better for the plants too.

To create great compost usually requires a lot of work turning the pile, screening etc. That’s why I was intrigued by the static bioreactor invention by David C Johnson and Hui-Chun Su Johnson at the University of New Mexico –no turning required. Here’s how they make their digestor:

View the full post from Regeneration International here:

Download the manual for creating this bioreactor here:

Photo Credit: Nathan DeHart

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