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You guys seem to have some good knowledge on dunder pits. Seems to me there is more to them than just tossing spent stuff over the garden, but I've never worried about it too much.
Recently, I've been mucking around with all grain and the waste is more significant than my trusty UJ. I got a few infections, made the shed stink, so I tossed it outside. Then the Mrs started asking what that horrid smell was? I knew it was the stinking Bourbon dunder I spread on the yard, but didn't tell her.
So, does a dunder pit do anything more than dispose of waste? Is it like a compost heap, where you need to get a microbial action happening? Do you just make a hole in the ground and pour spent snott in it?