Center for Regenerative Agriculture and Resilient Systems

Current Participants in the Bioreactor Registry (N - S)

Nadim Atalla's Compost

Contact: Nadim Atalla

Location: Amman, Jordan

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 2

Installation Date: 1/4/2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Dry leaves, garden clippings, maturing compost, sheep manure. 7:1:1:1

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): TBD

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? No

New Turning Pointe Farm

Contact: Farmer Donna

Location: Porterfield, Wi, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 12

Installation Date: 12/2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 2 parts food waste 3 parts, used chicken bedding 2 parts, yard waste

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Unknown yet

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? No

NLS Design Inc

Contact: Nelson

Location: Woodland, CA, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: 5-20-21

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Bamboo leaves 60% Grass clipping 10% Bush cutting leave & branches 30%

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Not yet

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? No

NMSU SASC

Contact: Amy Larsen(opens in new window)

Location: Alcalde, NM, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 6

Installation Date: March through June 2018

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Measurements are in % by volume. Recipe 1: 83% brown (wood chips, brown leaves); 17% green (dairy/chicken manure, food waste, alfalfa hay). Recipe 2: 40% brown (wood chips, brown leaves, straw); 60% green (horse/chicken manure, barley grain, alfalfa hay)

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): From PLFA analyses on finished compost. Recipe 1: (0.3697); Recipe 2: TBD June 2019.

Sept. 30, 2020: NMSU SASC completed microbial testing on four bioreactors currently in progress. The ages of the bioreactors vary:
B1/B2 tested at 30.5 months; B5/B6 tested at 26.5 months; B7/B8 tested at 15 months; and B9/B10 tested at 14.5 months. In discussing the results with the Lab Director, he suspects that B1/B2 may have become anaerobic, causing the protozoa numbers to dip below the desired range and the ciliate numbers to be high. Otherwise, he said, the results from the other bioreactors look good. See test results for B1/B2 (PDF), for B5/B6 (PDF), for B7/B8 (PDF), and for B9/B10 (PDF). PLFA Results for July 2020: B1-B8 (PDF) and B9&B10 (PDF).
Results for May 2021. (PDF) Might be worth noting the ages of the respective piles: 
B1/B2: built Apr 2018, B5/B6 built Jul 2018, B7/B8 built Jun 2019, B9/B10 built Jul 2019

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No, for research purposes.

Northeastern Kansas Beekeepers Assoc

Contact: Edward Darlington

Location: Belton, Kansas, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: just getting started

Installation Date: Haven't made any yet (April 8, 2020). Hopefully will have two to three within 6 weeks. Being slowed by virus restrictions

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Clippings and leaves collected for garden mulch

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): none yet

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No; we will use the for soil health where and when we are planting for pollinators especially honeybees.

Nosegay Farm

Contact: Mica O'Herlihy

Location: Arcata, CA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 4

Installation Date: 11/2020, 1/2021, 5/2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: each one is different but the average ratio is 5% equisetum, 5% nettle, 5% crab shells, 10% fish carcasses, 15 %kelp, 30% wood chips, 30% horse manure, biodynamic preps.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): so far i've only scoped the first pile at 8 months. it was 2:1

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  yes, $8/lb

Nude Greens

Contact: Alex McCall

Location: Auckland, NZ

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: June 2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 100% native forest mulch. Kauri, Ponga, Cabbage tree, Manuka, other woods.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): TBA

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  Not at this stage

OCHA SA

Contact: Enrique Miles

Location: Bustinza, Santa Fe, Argentina

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 4

Installation Date: June/July 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Dried lawn clipping (60%), dried oak leaves (35%), cow manure (5%)

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): To be measured

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No, for internal use coating seeds and extract applications on row crops fields

OPG Cvit

Contact: Maroje Kirhmajer(opens in new window)

Location: Lumbarda, Croatia

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 2

Installation Date: 03/15/2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Collected half composted biomass from a 130 year old local forest Inoculated with goat(local), sheep(local), chicken(local), bat(commercial) manure 90% half composted biomass collected from local forest floors 10% mix of goat(local), sheep(local), chicken(local), bat(commercial) manure during inoculation process

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): TBD

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  As of yet we do not. We will though donate to local farmers

Orella Ranch, Gaviota Givings

Contact: Guner Tautrim

Location: Gaviota, California, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 3

Installation Date: February 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 2 units) Municipal green waste (old and partially broken down) 80% Coffee Chaff (5%) Planer shavings (10%) Chicken Manure (4%) Johnson Sue finished beam compost (>1%) (1 unit) Oak leaf duff from old growth quarcus agrifolia (coast live oak) (90%) Planer shavings (5%) Chicken manure (4%) Johnson Sue finished beam compost (>1%)

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Tbt

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  Possibly

Organo world company limited

Contact: George Masaka

Location: Tanzania

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: 5 months ago

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: wood chips

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): not yet

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  no

ÖWA Ökologische Wissensakademie gGmbH

Contact: Dietmar Spriwald(opens in new window)

Location: Hamburg, Germany

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 3

Installation Date: 2020, starting in June

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 1. Horse manure 100% 2. Straw 50%, wood chips 10%, leaves

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): First one will be finished in June 2021

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? No. We are a NGO and want to establish the system in Germany.

Paicines Ranch

Contact:  Greg Richardson(opens in new window)

Location: Paicines, California, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: August 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 1/4 chicken litter 1/4 horse manure 1/8 grape pomace 1/8 wood chips 1/8 leafy yard waste (mostly grass clippings) 1/8 straw

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): TBD

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  TBD

Permaculture Farmers

Contact:  Leif Busk(opens in new window)

Location: Horsbjergvej 37, Give 7323, Denmark

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 5

Installation Date: 1 in 2019, 3 in 2020 and 1 in 2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 2019 = 40% barley straw, 20% hay, 30% fresh green material, 10% cow manure. 2020 = 50% barley straw, 20% hay, 25% fresh green material, 5% cow manure. 2021= 100% lucerne

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): 2019 = 1 to 1, 2020 = 0.5 to 1 and 1 to 1 2021 = ?

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  Yes, don't know

P. I. B Global Services

Contact:  Peter Bassey(opens in new window)

Location: Lagos, Nigeria

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: Just being built, April 2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: bamboo

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): awaiting

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  free

Pile Pro

Contact: Rob Dentremont

Location: Richardson, Texas, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 4

Installation Date: 1999

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Unknown

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Unknown

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No

Ploumen E.S. Compost

Contact: Joh Ploumen

Location: Maastricht, the Netherlands

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1,scaled down to 100 l volume.

Installation Date: March 17, 2020 (now ended), July 10, 2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 1st trial: 100 % vermicompost, the aim is basic research, the content stays (surprisingly) 1.5 C below ambient temp. 2nd trial: 100% vermicompost, Wasse Wormen, Basic research is my secondary aim

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): 2nd trial: The F/B ratio is monitored via test unit microBIOMETER. F/B increased from 0.56 to 0.61 in 6 weeks time. F/B = 4.1 was surprisingly measured after 14 weeks residence time. 

Update:

Oct. 30 [Microben] = 720 [MC] = 720 μg C/g ,  F/B = 1.4. 
Dec. 27 [Microben] = 840 [MC] = 840 μg C/g ,   F/B = 1.7
Dec. 27 [Microben] = 837 [MC]  =  840 μg C/g ,   F/B = 1.7
April 5  [Microben] = 994 [MC]  =  994 μg C/g ,   F/B = 1.9 

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  Not yet

Puma Springs Vineyards

Contact: Rick Kaye(opens in new window)

Location: Healdsburg, CA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: August 15, 2017

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Biodynamic Vineyard: chicken manure in bedding (30%), onsite landscape clippings (chipped) (30%), biomass from vegetable garden (15%) , straw bedding from goat barn (15%), llama manure (3%), finished compost (7%). All material presoaked; After tubes pulled, added biodynamic preps when temps dropped to 100F, added two pounds compost worms when temps dropped to 80 F, harvested in August 2018

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Did not test final product but mixed in material ( 3-5 yards) with additional 15 yards of imported organic compost, and spread at rate of 5 tons/acre as base for two acres of insectary row cover crop in vineyard.  Read More(opens in new window)

Puma Springs has supplied a report on the early results of spreading Johnson-Su compost in the vineyard(opens in new window).

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No- just for use as part of our compost program

Richards Grassfed Beef

Contact: Carrie Richards(opens in new window)

Location: Oregon House, CA, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: October 1, 2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: About 75% oak mulch, 15% grass hay and 10% dry cow manure.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Still in breathless anticipation

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  no

Rosslyn Academy

Contact: Michael Barton(opens in new window) or Matt Schwandt(opens in new window)

Location: Nairobi

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 50

Installation Date: Starting at the end of September 2019 we built and filled 1-2 Bioreactors a week. We reached 50 Bags in early 2021.

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 40 Bioreactors have been filled with chipped and shredded garden waste and food scraps. At approximately 80% to 20% respectively. 10 Bioreactors are used on rotation to compost a mixture of sewage sludge from a sewage treatment plant with woodchips and wood-shavings from a wood shop. Some of the first bags filled also had goat manure included, amounting to very low percentage of the whole.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): The finished compost has not yet been tested for its F:B ratio.

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No.

Round the Bend Farm

Contact: Charles Galgowski

Location: Storrs, CT

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: June 16, 2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: see a detailed desription of process(opens in new window)

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Not finished. This bioreactor will likely freeze in CT over winter. So will probably take more than 12 months to get finished compost.

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Possibly; depends on what growth experiments I do.

Salisbury Plains Grazing

Contact: Paul Rogers

Location: Proserpine, Queensland, Australia 

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors:  8

Installation Date: 1st December 2018

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 50 % shredded Wood chip/ Leaf 50 % shredded old grassy hay. Inoculated with Mature Humic Compost.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): At 4 months of age the reactors have reduced by 50%. Reactors never really got hot. At 4 months worms appeared. These were not added.

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No

Santa Fe Extension Master Gardeners

Contact: Sandy Powell(opens in new window)

Location:  Espanola, New Mexico, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors:  1

Installation Date: May 5, 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: wood chips - 5 parts food scraps - 1 part green hay - 2 parts green weeds - 2 parts straw - 3 parts

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): not done yet

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  No - to be used onsite - New Mexico Wildlife Center

Sebastian Twilfer's Project

Contact: Sebastian Twilfer

Location: Steinfurt/NRW/Germany

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors:  2

Installation Date: Sept. 8, 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: approximately 1/3 Leaves, 1/3 Hay containing legumes, 1/3 woody material

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio):

I found a new lab certified by Elaine Ingham in Germany - called Erdbaum - where one of my Johnson-Su bioreactor composts was tested. (Lab report (opens in new window)KP1)(opens in new window)

As a comparison I also tested some usual garden leaf compost. (Lab report KP2(opens in new window)). To my surprise it even had a little higher fungal to bacterial ratio.

Overall, it is aerobic compost, but there were signs of anaerobic conditions in both composts.

Maybe the bioreactor has gotten too much rain and was overwatered with watering one minute a day, so it seems to need less water than in an arid climate as in New Mexico or California. An exception might be in the summertime and other long periods of low relative humidity and lots of wind. Overall, a protection from rain and might be useful.

Photos of microscopic images that came with the KP1 test results.(opens in new window)

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Would like to but have no idea about the price. So far it is for my own use.

SEI Agra Tech, Inc

Contact: Kent

Location: Elk City Okla. 73644

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors:  1

Installation Date: October, 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio:  90% wheat, haygrazer hay. 10%Alfalfa hay, 10 lbs sheep manure.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Updates later

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale?  Yes

Self sufficient home grower

Contact: Garrie Negus

Location: Tailem Bend, South Australia

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 4

Installation Date: 2 In March 2019, 2 more under construction

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Fresh straw based piggery deep litter, layered with 6 year old dried stable bedding (failed previous experiment).

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Still in progress. Reached mid 60c currently sitting around 35c. Has reduced by about 20%. Has good mycelleium growth.

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Not at this time.

Senior Soil Carbon Advocate

Contact: Scott Hortop

Location: Almonte / Mississippi Mills, Ontario, Canada

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 3

Installation Date: April 2018, October 2018, October 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: First Batch Mississauga Ontario - 20% small wood chips, 77% leaves of mixed origins, 2% biochar, 1% soil. Failed to add worms Second Batch Mississauga Ontario, Canada- 97% leaves of mixed origins, 2% biochar, 1% soil. Failed to add worms Third Batch Almonte Ontario (colder) 97% maple with small amount of oak leaves, 1 % biochar, 1% top soil, 1% batch 1 output. Adding worms in spring 2020.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Batch 1 - Harvested October 2019 after two summers, Ratio Unknown. Wild guess, F:B 1:10 Batch 2 and 3 unfinished

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Possibly some but no price fixed yet

SH Ensilering

Contact: Søren Hertzum(opens in new window)

Location: Højslev, Midtjylland, Denmark

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: April 10, 2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 60% woodchips (mainly maythorn) 30% leaves (mainly beech) 10% seaweed

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Not finished yet

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? No, first trial.

Shakeel Ahamed’s Project

Contact: Shakeel Ahamed

Location:  Pattukkottai, Tamil Nadu , India

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors:  1

Installation Date:  December 2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Wood shavings 90% , dried leaves 10%

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Expect to finish in early 2022

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Not for sale

Shorty Flees Project

Contact: Shorty Flees(opens in new window)

Location: Rosholt, WI USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 6

Installation Date: April and October of 2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 100% leaves on first 3 50% leaves, 50% wood shavings on 4-6

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Unknown

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Not yet

Silver Creek Dairy, Inc

Contact: Chuck Magathan

Location: Cedar Point Kansas 66843

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 2

Installation Date: 8/30/2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Bromegrass 4years old and partly decaying, bluestem grass and 2year old dairy yard manure. 10430lbs bromegrass, 9840lbs bluestem grass,8400 manure, 650 gallons whey sweet.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Not available at this point in time.

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Will use on our own land first then possibly after that on rented land

Smith / Hockey

Contact: Ben Smith / Martin Hockey

Location: Trangie NSW Australia

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 2

Installation Date: June 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 3 parts deciduous leaves/woodchips 1 part cotton trash 1 part sheep manure 1 part cow manure .5 part corn hay .5 part pigeon pea whole plant 30 wild melons (camel melon) cut in half 400ltrs water 2 Ltrs Molassas 2 Ltrs kelp Trialing different additives with daily watering, including, Molassas, kelp, amino acid and SOA. Taking daily temp measurements

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Still making

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? No

Social Substance

Contact: Dr. Arun Bansal(opens in new window)

Location: Sri Aurobindo School of Integral Education, Plot No. 1 A, Sector- 27 A, Madhya Marg, Chandigarh, India 160019

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: Jul 31, 2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Horticultural waste such as grass, leaves, twigs etc. were used to fill the reactor. It was made of approximate dimensions 6x6x1.5 feet using about 42 Kg of iron for wire mesh and supporting frame. Pipes were installed for air regulation. Opening given at the top to load further when material is squeezed and water to keep the heap moist is well maintained through wire mesh. Fungi and bacteria were inoculated using house hold kitchen waste and inoculant made from cow\buffalo dung.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): To be measured at the end of Jul 2022

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? No: it will be used to manage waste at educational institution

Soil Born Farms

Contact: Tyler Stowers(opens in new window)

Location: Rancho Cordova, CA, USA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 10

Installation Date: Winter 2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 100% woodchips

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Pending

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? Possibly. If results are promising, yes.

Soil Souldiers Ltd

Contact: Anna Simmonds

Location: Wanaka, Otago, New Zealand

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 2

Installation Date: May 19, and Nov 19, 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Batch 1 = woodchips (too big) and leaf mold mostly. about 80% woodchips. Batch 2 = Small rotted woodchips, leaf mold, greens (artichoke, comfrey, dock, Sow thistle) This was a more even split of roughly 33% of each.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Full reports are available for samples taken at the top and the bottom of the pile. Report 1 (PDF), Report 2 (PDF)  Additional comments from Anna.(opens in new window)

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? How much?:  I have made compost tea and slurries for seeds from it. No price yet.

Southern Cross Agricultural Exports Pty Ltd

Contact: Miriam Neilson(opens in new window)

Location: Toowoomba, QLD Australia

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: April 2020

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Well aged tea-tree mulch and horse manure 5:1 due to living in city and not having access to extra manures and being impatient to set up a bioreactor. Still had heat and fungal activity immediately.

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Will update as the Bio-reactor matures

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? How much?: No

Stambaugh Project

Contact: Randy Stambaugh

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Location: San Diego

Installation Date: May 2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Chipped/shredded yard waste

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): This is still in progress. I'll post the results in June 2022.

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? How much?: No

Stangl's Enviro Lawn Care

Contact: Michael Stangl(opens in new window)

Location: St. Catharines, ON, Canada

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 4

Installation Date: 2019, 2020, I will make two more this October, have been making since 2016

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: fall leaves, minimal grass blades, I use a mower to pick up and grind, there might be some twigs

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): 2.5:1 we count the spores also

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? How much?: I use within my business, regen lawn care as well as sell to ag

Stuart Hole’s Project

Contact: Stuart Hole

Location: Gundagai, NSW, Australia

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: one each month

Installation Date: Dec. 2019Update on 1st of 15

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Horse manure 50%, Garden waste 40%, Wood chip 10%

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): 1st batch: Total microorganisms : 230mg/kg, fungi:bacteria ratio 2.2 : 1 , micorrhizal fungi : 18mg/kg

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? How much?:  No

Stubbs Project

Contact: Leigh Stubbs

Location: Wangaratta South, Victoria, Australia

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 1

Installation Date: 01/08/2021

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: Fine hardwood chips (the size of your small finger nail) and cereal straw 3-1

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): TBA

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? How much?:  Don't know

Susan Macias Project

Contact: Susan Macias

Location: Duarte, CA

Number of Johnson-Su Bioreactors: 2

Installation Date: December 2019

Materials used to make BEAM and in what ratio: 40% aged horse bedding (pine shavings) 30% horse manure 30% dry eucalyptus & oak leaves

Results of finished BEAM (Fungal:Bacterial Ratio): Not quite finished.

Do you plan to offer your BEAM for sale? How much?:  No. I have use for it.