Heating a Greenhouse with Compost

I’ve been experimenting and writing about this idea now for about a couple of years. The concept has been tweaked with time and experience and so I thought it would be helpful to have all the posts easily accessible in one place, for anyone thinking about doing something similar. It’s quite interesting to see how my practice has changed from the prototype, and how the produce and contents of the greenhouse have changed with the warmer temperatures…SDIM3072 (2)

So I shall copy them all on drop down pages below this ‘Mother’ Page.

So to find them, return to the tomato header image at the very top of this page and hover the cursor over ‘Heating a Greenhouse With Compost’ until highlighted in blue …. the links to the posts will then appear below.

After 3 separate attempts to do this, I have still struggled with the formatting, so apologies for the smaller type for some of the posts .You can always follow the link at the start of each copied post to click back to the original larger type post.

Posted 10/05/2014

13 thoughts on “Heating a Greenhouse with Compost

  1. Pingback: Goodbye October; Inching, Leaping and Dying Back; Autumn Leaf Mould Energy Potential (Part 1 – The Idea) | thegardenimpressionists

  2. Pingback: Hello November; Autumn Leaf Mould Energy Potential (Part 2 – Construction – Heating A Greenhouse with An External Compost Bed); Bat and Butterfly | thegardenimpressionists

  3. Pingback: Patterns and Perceptions; Autumn Leaf Mould Energy Potential (Part 3 – Heating a Greenhouse with an External Compost Bed:- Design Tweaks, Internal Set Up and Initial Temperature Findings); Growth Limiting Factors. | thegardenimpressionists

  4. Pingback: Food and Frost; Trust and Goodbyes; Autumn Leaf Mould Energy Potential (Part 4: Heating a Greenhouse with an External Compost Bed – First Month’s Experience). | thegardenimpressionists

  5. Pingback: The Heat Goes On (Autumn Leaf Mould Energy Potential and Heating a Greenhouse With a Compost Bed – Part 5); Unintended Consequences; Looking Back, and Forward. | thegardenimpressionists

  6. Pingback: Caucasian Bed Fellows and Leaving Your Mark; Bees and Belts; and Red, Blue or Black (Part 6 of Autumn Leaf Mould Energy Potential – Heating a Greenhouse with an External Compost Bed). | thegardenimpressionists

  7. Pingback: Toad Passion and Carnage; Chilling Down; And Hotting Up (Autumn Leaf Mould Energy Potential – Heating a Greenhouse with an External Compost Bed – Part 7). | thegardenimpressionists

  8. Pingback: Entomological Explosion; Growing Tomatoes Organically in a Garden Greenhouse (Heating a Greenhouse with an External Compost Bed- Part 8); and Egg on Your Face | thegardenimpressionists

  9. Pingback: Mushrooms, Tomatoes and Umami; Small is Beautiful, Blue and Green; and Firing up the Reactor (Heating a Greenhouse with Leaf Mould and Compost – Part 9). | thegardenimpressionists

  10. Pingback: A Winter’s Tale – Into the West and the Intricately Dead (Welsh) Snow Drop; Resupination; and Heating a Greenhouse with Compost (Part 10 Update). | thegardenimpressionists

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  12. Pingback: Pomona Pleasures, Harvests and Culls; Multicultural Bulb Harmony; and Firing Up the Greenhouse (Part 12 of Heating a Greenhouse With Leaf Mould Compost). | thegardenimpressionists

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