Zone 8 Brassicas:

Due to overnight temperatures forecasted this week at our central Pennsylvania greenhouse, we will have to move out the shipping date for your brassica plants to ensure their health on their shipping journey. Your brassica plants will now be shipping out beginning the week of 2/26/2023. We sincerely apologize for this delay. Fortunately, your brassicas can be planted as soon as you receive them this season and you can rest assured that they will thrive in your garden.

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Do you have more information on how to use the Ms Tumbles Compost Tumbler? (94025)

  1. Locate a flat area that receives sun for most of the day, it you live in a very hot area, partial shade is prefers. Optimal composting temperatures are between 120-150 degrees inside the drum.
  2. Start by adding a layer of "brown" Materials to the composter
  3. Next, add a layer of "green" materials
  4. You can add a few handfuls of mature compost from a previous batch or top soil This will help to jumpstart the decomposition process.
  5. Keep the soil moist but not waterlogged. Add water to the compost if it feels dry. It  is wet use the drain for removing  compost tea
  6. Rotate the drum a few times at least 2-3 times a week.
  7. Depends on various factors like, temperature, moisture levels and the mix of materials compost can take anywhere from a few weeks to several months to fully mature.
  8. Compost is ready when it is dark, crumble and has a earthy smell.
  9. Once  mature remove compost but leave any unfinished material behind to continue composting.

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