The first step: Get your hands on a blue barrel. This is probably the hardest part, but they are out there if you really want them. There are many sources, I ghetto-tastically just asked someone who wasn't using theirs.
Then, using a saw, slice in half in the middle. This is the best time to clean the inside out really good.
If it had a cap or plug on the top, take it off. Get a large piece of old screen to more than cover the cap area.
In the base, drill a hole and install a spigot. This will need to be glued and caulked very well so there are no leakage problems.
Then invert the top onto the bottom, so the top acts as a cup for the raw manure. It should be open to the air so rain can come in.
|This one isn't so attractive. Yours can be better.|
How to use the manure brewer:
Dump water in the open top
Open the spigot and drain manure water into your watering can or bucket.
Take the watering can or bucket to your hungry plants, water slowly so more nutrition is absorbed.