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The Sun-Mar Garden Composter is easy and effortless to use — simply put kitchen scraps and garden trimmings into the feedport and rotate the drum. Don't worry, rotation is easy on this one.
Unlike most bucket-type composters that take time and effort to break down waste, this composter easily and automatically breaks down waste much faster; this creates continuous compost after a few months. With a Sun-Mar Garden Composter, there's no more digging to the bottom of the compost pile or waiting for a whole batch to finish. It's self-regulating, pest-resistant and hassle-free.
There are two sizes: the Sun-Mar 200 has a 50-gallon capacity; the Sun-Mar 400 has a 100-gallon capacity. The Sun-Mar 400 comes with a crank handle that turns a gear fitted directly into the end of the drum, thus allowing easy drum rotation.
This composter is a dream machine you'll actually use for a long time. It couldn't get any easier to make and remove compost. It's far superior to most bucket types that are hard work, hassle and no fun. This is why most people stop using them. Most of our customers used to own the "other" type.
Features & benefits
Durable — won't crack or fall apart, even through the winter
Odorless — tumbling action properly aerates leaving no objectionable smells
Good-looking — won't be an eyesore in the yard like other composters
Hassle-free — easy to load and unload, pest-resistant, moves easily on wheels
Self-regulating — heat-controlled, moisture-controlled and self-aerating
Continuous, automatic production — after a few months, keeps making new compost
Large capacity — the Sun-Mar 200 is big enough for most families and yards; the Sun-Mar 400 is twice as large
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