Storing Bagged Compost & Worm Castings

dac_in_ontario(5a)August 31, 2008

I just bought a bag of leaf and grass compost and a bag of worm castings to make some compost tea (first time, so wish me luck).

I'll probably have some of both bags leftover when winter comes. Is it okay to store compost and worm castings over winter and use them in the spring? If so, any tips?

Thanks, dac

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billhill(z5 MI - KBG)

Just store those products where they will remain dry. Garage or shed would be fine. Allow for some air circulation. They will be good to use in the Spring or next Summer.
Bill Hill

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