Can you compost indoors? If you’re using a worm system, of course the answer is yes. Otherwise, the answer is NO. Let me explain the 5 reasons why it’s not a good idea:
2) Ants, flies and other critters
4) Leachate management
5) Finished compost
The question remains: what can I do to compost through the winter months? The answer is to collect as much cover material (leaves, straw) as you can. Since composting slows to a crawl in the colder months, having extra cover material is important to ensure your deposits are covered.
Otherwise, try your hand at vermicomposting!
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Give composting your best shot through the winter season- have some fun and get creative!