1. Using the Hot Compost Method. If your compost pile gets plenty of heat and is steaming to the touch, then weeds can compost in as little as 6 to 8 months.Click to see full answer. Likewise, people ask, is it OK to put weeds in compost?And yes, even weeds are compostable if you take a few precautions. If you do wish to compost weeds that have gone to seed, be sure to hot compost your weeds. That means that your compost pile must heat up to 140°F to kill any weed seeds.Similarly, what should you not put in compost? Dog and Cat Poop. Horse, cow, chicken and rabbit droppings are great additions to your compost pile. Tea and Coffee Bags. Citrus Peels and Onions. Fish and Meat Scraps. Glossy or Coated Paper. Sticky Labels on Fruits and Vegetables. Coal Fire Ash. Sawdust From Treated Wood. Correspondingly, how do I get rid of weeds in my compost bin? For hot composting to fully kill all weed seeds and roots, follow these tips: Turn the pile frequently. All compost heaps have localized cool spots that are slow to break down. By mixing the pile frequently, you ensure that all material is achieving the necessary heat to kill the seeds and roots.Where do you put pulled weeds?For noxious weeds that are not regulated and not poisonous but still awful, it’s best to put them in yard waste bins or take them to the yard waste section of the transfer station where the plant material will be professionally composted at high temperature.