For your garden, there is no more powerful ingredient than compost. Whether you till it into your garden beds or use it as mulch around shrubs and trees, compost is considered essential to organic and sustainable food production.
But composting is far more than just free fertilizer for the garden. Adding compost to your garden soil also…
- Increases soil fertility, buffers pH, prevents diseases, breaks down toxins, and improves soil aeration, drainage and structure in your garden.
- Removes 20-50% from your household waste stream, saving on trash collection bills and reducing the burden on landfills.
- Prevents the air pollution that causes climate change by removing the rotting food that releases methane when it breaks down in landfills.
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