We have some 'beds' and the dirt is fairly depleated. I am wanting to make a pile of debris to breakdown over the winter (warm and fairly wet) so that in the spring I will hve some good soil to plant more asparagus and corn... So...this is my plan and what I have started to do:
I have laid corrugated cardboard down on the top of the area and am piling garden waste on top of it (mostly green). I do have a large rubbish can buried in the area with bokashi kitchen waste chugging away so the worms are in the area. On top of the garden waste I will layer more cardboard (opened and flattened out) as well as some compost we had brought in. I thought I would just continue this layering 3 or 4 levels and then let it sit for a while and break down.
Am I missing something important? I will spray with EM from time to time and try to get some high N greenery in there too.
Layering the cardboard with the green and brown waste should break down into something yummy, shouldn't it?