If you’ve recently purchased a FoodCycler, you’re probably really, REALLY excited. We don’t blame you! If you want to maximize the use of your new countertop composter, read this article.
Well, first thing to keep in mind: don’t panic! The mould you see growing there is not dangerous, not usually allergenic, and is actually a good thing for your plants and soil. If you require more convincing, read on! What Type of Mold Is It?
You may have heard of soil amendment in relation to the new craze over electric composters. Soil amendment in this context is the by-product produced by counter-top composters. But what is it really, and how do you use it to grow EXPLODE your plants?
Why isn't my by-product in powder form? | Can my dog/cat eat the by-product? | How do I use the by-product in my garden? | What is the by-product, exactly? | Why is my by-product moulding on my potted plants?
What CAN the FoodCycler™ process? | What CAN'T the FoodCycler™ process? | How much electricity does the unit consume? | How much food waste can the unit cycle at one time? | How long does the FoodCycler™ cycle last? | How long do the filters last? ..