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Garden guide,how to make compost from the garbage in the kitchen and dead leaves from the plants?

Updated on August 30, 2015

Ultra Simple Compost Bins in the Garden

GOBAR GAS PLANT OR BIO GAS PLANT
GOBAR GAS PLANT OR BIO GAS PLANT

How to Use Kitchen and Garden Waste to Make Compost

Most of us love having a garden or plants in the pots, but then they get upset when these plants do not bloom flowers , often we get frustrated and then discard that plant thinking that it is no more a bearing plant ,Now there is no need to worry about that problem ,here we will talk about .how to start composting in a garden and make your plants bloom to their full extent ? Composting is very basic activity if we are not cleaning up our plants, or we are not removing the dead leaves and twigs in the fall season, then nature does that task for us and composting is done naturally for future by nature ,because it's nature's basic intention for which the plant are made to shed off their leaves and compost them for the future use so that it can get nutrition for the next year. Thus an an easy way to start composting for the plants is to place a big bucket or dig a pitch in a Conner of your garden,when you cut out any dead leaves or branches, or flowers, or even if you mow your lawn and you have waste grass, instead of throwing it away just dump it as a compost pile in the bin or ditch , . Mix the greens with the browns(twigs or the loose soil from the garden,we can even include the our kitchen veges waste to the compost to make it richer) that's always the rule, never mix synthetic stuff to the compost, you may mix with newspaper, or you can mix it with dried leaves wooden dust twigs branches etc,,, and constantly stir it up and down at intervals, you may add a little bit of water or may sprinkle water often , if it's too dry, and this way,your own compost will be soon be ready to use, the best time to lay compost is in the autumn, when everything has died or hibernating, just cover the compost to retain the nitrogen in it,keep piling the garbage and keep mixing at times and then put your compost from your compost pile on the top layer of the plant near the main stem .By the time winter gets over the compost will break down, and we'll have great soil for the plats to nourish themselves and bloom well.this will give us a rich flowery garden.

In the compost pile we may see little worms moving about and may thing the compost is spoiled ,but in reality they are the one who are helping to breakdown the compost in to a rich manure and make it rich in nitrogen keep the compost bin covered so that the stale smell would not disturb you.

.NOW GATHERING THIS COMPOST AND PUTTING THEM IN DEEP DITCH IS USED TO MAKE COOKING GAS AT MANY PLACES PEOPLE EVEN USE THIS GAS TO LIT THEIR HOMES ,WHERE THERE IS SCARCITY OF POWER IN INDIA .THE SET UP IS CALLED --- THE GOBAR GAS PLANT

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