She uses nearly-finished compost to make a plant-nourishing drench that she calls "buckets-o-yuck," which she generously distributes to lucky neighbors and fellow community gardeners.
When her town's garbage truck rolls by, Taylor just waves. "They can't have my veggie scraps," the composting queen proclaims, adding with a regal smile, "I'd rather that big diesel truck didn't stop and accelerate any more than necessary."
Fast food for hungry plants
1. Fill a large bucket with one shovelful of nearly finished compost and water.
2. Stir vigorously once a day for at least three days. The "tea" is ready when it gets frothy on top and the bubbles don't disappear right after stirring.
3. Scoop out a dose of tea using a plastic container with small holes punched in the bottom to sprinkle onto your plants.
The Ultimate Compost Bin