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Plans and schematics? What are those?! It's mostly off the top of my head. I didn't mean to hijack CP's thread; I started another thread that should answer most questions.

If you google 'compost trommel', you'll find a lot of 'how-to's' to make the sifter, except manually operated. I used 1/2 inch hardware cloth. I like that size for everything but carrots. I have a 2x2 box, hand shaken, with 1/4 inch cloth that I re-screen the compost again for use in my carrot box. My trommel is 48 inches long; the steel bicycle rims are 22.5 inches O.D. I used swivel casters cause that's what I had on hand. They work good because the rims aren't true, and they follow well. The idler casters on top are fixed, and I had to grind them down for them to track well. Some people tried to tilt the trommel inside a box. I built the trommel square in the box, and then tilted the entire assembly. I made the drop of the trommel, from one end to the other, adjustable from 0-6 inches because I didn't know what it should be. If I made another, I'd make the drop fixed at 2-3 inches.

Here's the link to detailed pictures. I used a 1/3 HP, 1725 RPM motor cause that's what I had. The pulley arrangement reduces the trommel speed to 34 RPM, which works good. My guess is that anywhere from 28-40 RPM would work. The top belt is 48 inches-I had it on hand. The big belt around the trommel is 82 inches, and that size is commonly sold for riding lawn mowers. I bought the pillow blocks from www.surpluscenter.com. I had one pulley, the other I bought from www.grainger.com

The trommel frame is 1.5x1.5xo.125 angle cause that's what I had on hand. I recommend making it portable, however you can; it's easier to take the trommel to the compost than move the compost to the trommel.

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It's been a wet spring for sure. I'm lovin' my covered wagons more and more for their versatility.



Bottom right: lettuces planted on 1/17. Tolerating cold doesn't mean they grow much in the cold.



But by keeping their feet warm...similar lettuces planted 2 weeks later.



The other end...broccoli was planted from seed...I'll be finding out how well it transplants.




I'm growing 50 broccoli and 25 cauliflower this year. I started these guys in peat discs and transplanted when the first true leaves started to show. They're more spindly than the ones in the other picture that were directly planted from seed. In the background are seedlings from the nursery getting acclimated.



Protecting baby peas from the Stellar Jays...



What it's all about...our first salad makings of the season...4 different lettuces and 1 spinach.







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It's been a wet spring for sure.  I'm lovin' my covered wagons more and more for their versatility.
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Bottom right: lettuces planted on 1/17.  Tolerating cold doesn't mean they grow much in the cold.
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But by keeping their feet warm...similar  lettuces planted 2 weeks later.
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The other end...broccoli was planted from seed...I'll be finding out how well it transplants.
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I'm growing 50 broccoli and 25 cauliflower this year.  I started these guys in peat discs and transplanted when the first true leaves started to show.  They're more spindly than the ones in the other picture that were directly planted from seed. In the background are seedlings from the nursery getting acclimated.
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Protecting baby peas from the Stellar Jays...
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What it's all about...our first salad makings of the season...4 different lettuces and 1 spinach.
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I got into this gardening thing later in life than most. I was 51 when I planted my first veggie seed ever because I wasn't the least bit iterested in gardening my entire life. That year a friend gave me a five gallon bucket of compost and a couple half empty seed packages. He told me to dump the bucket on the ground near my fence, stick in the seeds, water, and walk away. No shovel, no rake, no tools involved. So that's what I did, and that's how I ended up growing my first zucchini and green beans.

So I went to him the next year, told him I wanted to do more, and asked about the best way. He told me to make a box with the pile of rocks I had, and he sold me a dump truck load of compost to fill it with. Well, my wife couldn't resist all that bare brown soil talking to her, 'plant something here plant something here plant something here plant something here plant...' It's nearly impossible to visualize what a veggie seed will look like at the peak of the growing season in order to accommodate for the space needs. We planted, watered, waited and watched. WOW Did we ever plant a jungle! Just a dense, lush, vibrant wall of varying heights. We ate some good veggies from the garden that year, but the truth is, we let a lot more veggies rot on the plants because we couldn't find them.

So, I started thinking that maybe this gardening thing isn't so much work after all, and I went exploring on the internet. I came across the ALL NEW SFG book, bought it, read it, and bought into the method, hook, line, and sinker. For me, it was so easy to believe in because I had so little gardening experience or knowledge with which to compare or contrast. That made it easy for me to want to do it by the book. A box, a grid, and Mel's Mix. The idea that Mel eliminated the need to learn about amendments, and fertilizers, and additives, and 'stuff' definitely closed the deal. The truth is, my interests were more aligned with the prospect of making boxes and trellises for the garden, rather than the gardening itself. I started with a couple boxes the first year, added a couple more the next, and the next, and the next, and I'm still at it. I'm still not very interested in gardening, but I'm a heck of a box maker!

The first or second year of gardening the SFG way, my wife and I had simultaneous epiphanies, if that's possible. She and I are serious meat eaters. We eat our veggies because that's how we were raised, but meat has always been the main course. But that summer, as the harvest developed and we were able to eat multiple veggies from the garden at each meal, something strange happened. We would sit down to eat, and we would turn our plates so that our veggies, and not our meat, were closest to us. Then, we started serving our meat on a side dish, and then we quit bothering to fix meat at all. This wasn't a conscious, orchestrated, health kick we decided to go on, it just happened, to both of us. We found that the quality and substance of our veggies to be so sating and satisfying that we just weren't interested in eating meat. Occasionally we would cook our veggies on the grill and throw some steaks on too. We didn't eat the steaks; they went into the fridge as leftovers. That's totally unheard of in our house. Then, when the harvest started slowing down, meat slowly crept back onto our plates. Grocery store veggies just don't cut it anymore for us.

It's a cycle we're on now. Veggie eaters in the summer; meat eaters in the winter. Going into our sixth year, we've adjusted our planting to have more and more of our veggies available to store and eat throughout winter. As good as our stored veggies are, they can't keep meat at bay like fresh from the garden veggies can. Maybe it's the cold and gloomy dark skies that dictate our winter diet, I don't know.

Perhaps you can see why I say that 'I garden for the veggies, not the gardening.' I'm still not very interested in gardening, but I loves my veggies! The SFG method makes it possible. If I had had to learn about amendments, etc., I never would have continued gardening because I'm not interested in learning that stuff. I might not even have learned about how good home made veggies are. I believe that I'm gardening today because I started gardening by the book. I remember thinking when I finished reading the book the first time, that it was a book for beginners, that at some point I might have to learn more about whatever it is experienced gardeners need to know. I've changed my mind. It's still the only gardening book I own or have ever read or will ever need.

I'm a Square Foot Gardener, and I just wanted to say...



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DISCLAIMER: This post is pure speculation on my part.
I have no inside knowledge about anything in this post.

One of two things has happened. The Foundation sent out spec sheets for MM to potential manufacturers to bid on if interested, or, a manufacturer contacted the Foundation with a proposition to make MM for them. Regardless, they figured out who was going to handle sales and distribution, how quality control would be handled, etc, and they had themselves a deal. We don't know if the manufacturer sent the Foundation samples, or how extensively the Foundation tested the product. We know that MM by the book has been used, tested, and evaluated for decades. I would guess that, comparatively, very little real world testing has been conducted on this product.

We don't know what the quality control arrangements are. One thing we do know, is that if the manufacturer starts using filler to save costs, there will be a lot of finger pointing going on. This mix is sold to stand alone ie no other amendments needed. If a customer's plants don't do well, there's only one reason why: a poor mix.

What is the gardener to do when it's time to add some 5 way compost to a square when re-planting after a harvest?

Remember in the book, Mel said commercial composts are by-products of an industry? ie. Dairy farmers sell cow manure, egg production farms sell chicken manure, big lawn maintenance companies sell composted grass/leaves, etc. It would be interesting to see how this manufacturer is managing the logistics of getting five different composts, fully composted, assembled in large enough quantities to meet the demand and make a profit.

Time will tell. I can see a demand for pre-packed MM, but I can't see how it can be done. And that is why I'll never be rich!

I've been watching KimR's leap into business, and how she is going to produce and market a MM product. Hopefully her suppliers will serve her and her partner well.


DISCLAIMER: This post is pure speculation on my part.
I have no inside knowledge about anything in this post.






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