How do I achieve really good garden compost?
I have heard there is a desirable mix of waste products that make a well balanced compost - what are they? Does it really make a difference what the combination is for a worthwhile compost?
Hi, I just wonder what you want to achieve from your special compost, for me there is no need to select the ingredients of my compost, as all vegetable matter make good compost. You see the most important thing is to recycle all the waste that you happen to have, to go in search of ingredients and buy the ingredients to make your compost becomes useless, because you would be better off to buy some organic fertilizer for your garden.
Yes- I see your point.I put all organic waste into a composter,but I hear there should ,by right,be a proportionate balance of grass to waste veg etc, to have good compost.I'm not going to lose sleep over it,but I am curious to know if I could produce better compost this way.I appreciate your advice.
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