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Mantis CT08001 Back Porch ComposTumbler Compost Bins Reviews

3.1 out of 5 stars based on 12 customer reviews Product Description The Back Porch ComposTumbler allows you to recycle kitchen scraps and yard trimmings to create rich compost that will improve your soil’s texture, boost its fertility and help plants resist disease. This mobile composter, perfect for smaller spaces, has an easy to turn [Continue]

Mantis CT02001 Compact ComposTumbler Compost Bins Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars based on 22 customer reviews Product Description The Compact ComposTumbler takes your kitchen and yard waste and turns it into rich compost in weeks, instead of months (or even years). Designed for suburban gardeners and homeowners with smaller properties. The drum holds 22 cubic feet (9.5 bushels, 88 gallons), leaving [Continue]

Mantis Compost Bin Moisture Meter 201103 Reviews

3.3 out of 5 stars based on 38 customer reviews Product Description Adequate moisture levels are important in the formation of good compost. Accurately measure the moisture in your compost with this handy moisture meter you can use right in the chambers of your ComposT-Twin. Also useful for house plants. From the Manufacturer Adequate moisture [Continue]

Mantis CT09001 Easy Spin ComposTumbler Compost Bins Reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars based on 11 customer reviews Product Description The Easy Spin ComposTumbler is an affordable composter for daily amounts of kitchen and other household throw-outs. Developed specifically for composting in urban areas or other small spaces. Great companion for container gardens or anyone interested in recycling. This household sized composter, has [Continue]

Mantis 1622 Power Tiller Tines for Gardening Reviews

4.8 out of 5 stars based on 27 customer reviews Product Description Replacement Tilling Tines for all Mantis Tiller/Cultivators, Mantis Patented Serpentine Tines slice through compact soil and hard clay. Till up to 10-Inch deep and 9-Inch wide, Guaranteed for life against breakage. Customer Reviews Never Break, But They Do Wear Out ~ reviewed by [Continue]