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 Lump Charcoal - Initial Setup - Am I doing this correctly? 
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Post Lump Charcoal - Initial Setup - Am I doing this correctly?
For any of you that have used smaller pieces of lump charcoal as you bulking layer, does what I have so far look correct and functional?


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Fri Jun 20, 2014 10:27 am
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Post Re: Lump Charcoal - Initial Setup - Am I doing this correctl
Hi Jesse. I'm sorry, but I mistakenly thought I had answered your email regarding this. Anyway, I'm glad you joined the forum! :D

Yes, that looks good to me. I normally use a little more bulking material, but that should be fine. You can always add more later if it seems like your compost is too dense.

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Fri Jun 20, 2014 10:56 am
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Post Re: Lump Charcoal - Initial Setup - Am I doing this correctl
Hey Jerry, now worries. I figured I'd post on here for the benefit of others. Thanks for the quick reply!!


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