There is one day left on the Urban Composter Bucket . I have been eyeing it but have only found one review. I live in the city, and have composted for years. I have a lot of perennial flower and grow tomatoes, herbs, onions in containers. Towards the end of summer, I get flies. I think it might work to water my container garden with this and dump the bucket once a week. The waste could go from the bucket to the outside compost - once a week? It would be much riper at that point and might not attract flies. Though, I don't like the idea of having to chop everything so fine. Advice?
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