Composting In Winter Guide

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Composting in winter is a necessary task to keep organic farming going strong during colder temperatures. Fortunately, this tutorial offers valuable insight into how to get the most out of composting in winter by using two simple ingredients (leaves and a special ingredient). The reason they work so well is that leaves are known as “brown” material in composting terms. This means that they have a lot of carbon which the microbes in compost use food. The second ingredient is a “green” ingredient (hint!), which releases nitrogen and also feeds the microbes. Together, the two strengthen the breakdown of organic material which increases the effectiveness of compost.

Discover how to make and get the most out composting in winter at here…

Composting In Winter Guide

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