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Composting Made Easy

Composting is not a difficult thing to do. It takes all of your table scraps, old leaves, and anything that will break down to make a good fertilizer for your plants and gardens. You can build a compost pit by simply placing some posts into the ground and wrapping some chicken wire around them. Items such as leaves raked out of the yard can be placed inside, all the table scraps. Once they start to break down, You can also add other items. A compost pile will also need to stir around so that everything will break down and create excellent fertilizer to make the soils in your gardens very rich. Stir or mix it once a week because it will become wet during rainy days and will only dry out on the outside if it is not stirred and turned over. A homeowner can have as many compost bins as they need.

compOne may work if it is going to be only used for a flower garden or smaller area. You can build a larger compost bin to supply compost to a larger garden area. Those old plants pulled up after they are finished blooming during the spring and summer can also be added to the compost pile. Grass that is raked up from the lawn and pulled up weeds are also great items to add. The compost pile may also need to have water added if it does not rain a lot. Water will help break down the compost pile along with the sunshine, and it will dry out and make an excellent fertilizer that You can use. It is a great way to create fertilizer without using any harsh chemicals. If the pile is not stirred or turned over in the compost bin, it will not all rot and become fertilizer. Adding mulch to the compost pile will also help it rot and turn into great compost for lawns and gardens.

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