I don't worry a lot about the short term ratio of additions to my pile. I know it will be heavy brown in the fall & winter and heavy green in the spring & summer. In the long run it will balance out.
We have pecan trees and this time of year limbs come down when it rains. I added green pecan leaves (on bottom) the first of the week and tossed it. Just had 4" rain and more limbs came down. With the new green on top I'm looking at tossing today. I have green top and bottom.
https://www.dropbox.com/sc/7l0p4me5na4b ... yxPpIJpXBa
4.5' diameter and was 4.5' high before the rain.
https://www.dropbox.com/sc/hdbh5pll5usa ... pcORfUVfCa
Temp with a 12" probe.
https://www.dropbox.com/sc/jqczkp5excln ... gCmnXDROza
It did get compacted by the rain. I don't think it cooked down that much, that fast. Don't know whether to let it cook or mix it and give it some air.
Any opinions or recommendations?