This is our homemade compost. My wife throws everyday leftover, perishable garbages like chopped vegetables into a vinyl bag where they can be fermented. It looks ugly but very nutritious to my vegetables.
When I use the compost, I always mix it with water to make it smooth. The original compost is too sticky for me to spread it onto the whole planting space.
After I added the cow manure, lime powder and compost solution, i had to do the most painstaking job, cultivating the soil to mix all of them. I have to cultivate soil deeply and thoroughly in order to distribute lime powder, manure and compost evenly among the soil.
Eventually, I cultivated the space, about 32 square feet, for 30 minutes! I totally got tired! But the hard work will lead me to bumper harvest of tomatoes, cucumbers and eggplants in this summer, I believe.
Today's mixture ratio for 32 sqf:
1 lime powder/300GR
2 fermented cow manure/1.5L
3 homemade compost/500Gr