QR Composting Solutions Store - Composting Accessories
Composting accessories to aid in the compost making process including sieves and a digital thermometer we have developed and manufactured.
|Compost Digital Thermometer|
|Keep an eye on compost temperature with this useful and practical digital thermometer which gives easy and reliable temperature readings. The thermometer consists of a display unit and 90cm flexible sensor lead which can be permanently immersed in the compost. The sensor wire is protected by a tough outer sheath which is flexible and yet provides protection against water ingress and vermin. With a simple appearance, unobtrusive design and an easy to read totally weatherproof LCD display, the display unit can be fixed to the wall or side of the compost bin using the screws supplied. Suitable for both wooden and plastic bins. Temperature measurement range: -50 degrees C to + 70 degrees C. Usage humidity: 5% to 80%. Accuracy:-/+ 1 degree. Distinguishing temperature: 0.1 degree. Unit dimensions: 6.5 x 5.0 x 3.6cm. Probe length: ~90cm. Powered by 2 x LR44 button cell batteries (included).
|Compost Sieve (Plastic)|
|A durable plastic sieve useful for removing the larger debris and tough items from compost. 30cm diameter, 10cm deep with a 10mm grid.
|Ground limestone (approx. 800g) in a handy plastic box that you can keep next to the compost bin. Ground limestone reduces excess acidity in the compost heap. It can also assist in improving the structure of soils by flocculating (adhering in flocks or flakes) the sticky substances in clay, rather than allowing them to form big clumps - this results in improved aeration and drainage in the soil. Lime is also useful in detering club root. In the QR compost heap lime is said to sweeten the heap. Worms also use lime in their digestion process; both for grinding their food as well as liquefying their food with calcium carbonate before it enters the intestine. Note that this product should be used sparingly and only light dusting is required at every 3rd layer in a heap. Too much lime will drive away beneficial worms.
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Broadcast on Sunday 14th December 2008, GQT featured an article on QR Compost Making. In a short interview with Eric Robson, Andrew Davenport gave a quick rundown on how good compost can be made quickly using the QR method.
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