CompostingTroy believed in feeding the soil, not the plants, so he practiced "sheet composting," which doesn't involve special containers that need to be turned, timed, etc. Instead, he took ordinary food preperation scraps (no meat, bones, oil, dairy products or fat), cut them into small pieces, then shoveled them into different sites in his garden throughout the year. Troy said, "If you dig it up about two weeks later, there's nothing left."
Things to "sheet" compost:
Mulch (spread on top of soil in your garden to prevent evaporation of water):
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