Northernfox wrote:What a great volunteer! Just like rainbow I get tomatoes and squash among my insane amount of weeds.
I really don't get weeds where I use my compost, just a bunch of tomato plants and a few squash. I know where the compost was put, because I can track it by all the volunteer tomatoes, so I really know weeds aren't coming from it. Perhaps you need to be more careful about not putting weed seeds in the compost. Mainly that means staying on top of weeding so that the weeds are pulled before they have a chance to go to seed (or get very close - sometimes if they have bloomed, they will go ahead and set seed even after they are pulled). Secondarily, that would mean, if the weeds have bloomed, cut all the flowering parts off and trash them and just compost the leaves.