Hi. I write this just after a really crazy half hour of weather. The road outside my house was suddenly covered with snow. I’ve had a question about really cold composting. How cold can it get before you have to stop composting? The composting process really slows down in the cold because composting creatures become almost inactive or completely dormant. But you can keep things warm for them by providing lots of insulation around your bin. In most warm climates like Britain’s this is hardly necessary as the totally dormant phase of composting is actually quite small – and with warmer winters getting smaller. However in Canada some people regard it as a challenge to keep their compost going all winter. Take this guy. I love this video – its simple and explains pretty much all you need to know about the insulation process. Does have deliberately annoying music though so turn down your volume.
Hope you enjoy.