Learn How To Compost Like A Pro – A Simple Guide To Create Great Soil! 

Pick out a garbage bin or make a pile. With bins, you can keep wetness and temperature in check. You can use tumblers, bins, or just plain piles.  

1. Get the Right Bin

Balance green and brown materials. Green materials:- Fruit and vegetable peels, coffee grinds, grass clippings. Brown materials:- Dry leaves, straw, shredded paper, cardboard.  

2. Balance Your Ingredient

Green Materials: – Fruit and vegetable scrap – Coffee ground – Eggshell – Grass clipping – Green plant trimming Brown Materials: – Dry leave – Straw – Shredded newspaper – Cardboard (shredded) – Twigs and small branche

3. What to Compost

– Meat and dairy product – Diseased plant – Pet waste – Oily or greasy food

4. What NOT to Compost

The compost should be as wet as a sponge that has been squeezed dry. If it's too dry, add water. If it's too wet, add more brown stuff.  

5. Maintain the Right Moisture Level

Every couple of weeks, turn the trash to let fresh air into it and help it break down. You can use a pitchfork or a garbage turner.  

6. Turn the Compost

It takes time to compost. It usually lasts between a few weeks and a few months, but this depends on things like size, makeup, and upkeep.  

7. Patience is Key

It's ready when the garbage gets dark and smells like dirt. Separate any big, uncomposted pieces with a sieve.  

8. Harvesting Your Compost

You can mix the finished compost with yard soil or put it on top of the soil. It's great for making the land more fertile and improving its structure.  

9. Utilize Finished Compost

Foul Smells:-Too much greenery or airlessness. Increase brown material and turn compost. Non-Decomposing:- Maintain a healthy green-brown mix and aeration. Too dry? Add water.  

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