College of Agricultural & Environmental Sciences
UGA Cooperative Extension
Lisa Sehannie is a Master Composter Extension Volunteer with University of Georgia Cooperative Extension in Clarke County, Georgia.
Compost piles must be not too cold, dry or wet
By recycling food and lawn scraps, you can create compost and feed the worms
Compost bin: Not too wet or too dry, not too hot or too cold
Healthy compost takes the right balance of moisture, yard debris and heat
Composting fruit and vegetable scraps requires careful moisture and temperature maintenance