Grass cuttings are very slow to compost unless you take a lot of time and trouble... unless...
It's the ammonia that does it!
- Dig a shallow hole
- Pile up the grass cuttings in the hole
- When the wife is not looking, 'wee' on the cuttings.
- 'inspect' the pile each day (and have a quick 'whiz' too!)
- Next weekend cut the lawn and put on more grass cuttings
- keep going until the pile gets a bit tall and then start another pile.
- When the 2nd one is full, the first one will be nicely 'digested' and ready for use on the garden.
Definitely not a tip for the ladies though!