Do you think males and females compost differently...?
I was out doing my standard single turn of the pile, adding in a random amount of lawn clippings and a few sacks of seaweed, and I got to thinking.
This forum is generally up to its metaphorical elbows in 'how-to' practicalities, but I thought I'd drag a bit of theory into things!
I don't care much about gear, ratios,speed, comparisons etc, which could be considered 'male' traits.
A large part of my backyard efforts involves providing hangouts for insects and birds.
So is nurturing the heck out of the local wildlife some sort of XX chromosome thing?
I'm aware my musings could be taken as being a bit sexist or something, but I'm just curious and thought I'd start a conversation.
So, do you think your gender influences/is reflected in your compost/garden/shed etc habits?
We're not talking stereotypes: I haul stinky things around wearing manky old clothes, and mice don't stand a chance...