Because composting materials are all around you, learning how to compost leaves is simple. The composting process involves using organic material to create a natural
Smart Tips About Garden Waste Compost
Yard work takes time and effort - the result is a beautiful lawn and garden. However, you always end up with a large pile of grass clippings and yard waste. The next time you rake the grass and clean up garden waste, consider home composting. It’s better for the environment and just as easy as heaping plant material and leaves for curbside pickup or taking it to a compost facility. Learn how to maintain a garden waste compost pile and turn food scraps, solid waste, and organic material into soil and plant fertilizer.
Yard and food waste is a big problem, and what better way to stop wasting it than to recycle it in a garden waste compost heap? Discover how the composting process works and the different methods to help you pick the correct one for your needs. Explore the difference between brown and green waste and how much garden scraps to add to the compost pile. Understand which yard materials are bad for composting and may contaminate the compost bin.