A compost is good for the planet and it’s good for your garden. So it’s a great idea to have one at home! Very popular for a while, compost allows you to reduce your waste and will contribute to the preservation of the environment.
Compost is the action of leaving organic waste in the open air under controlled conditions.
Although it’s quite technical, it’s relatively easy to understand. There are two stages in the compost process, the presence of air will transform the residues into fresh compost and then it will mature and turn into a ripe compost, rich in humus, that is to say in mushrooms.
In addition to its ecological action, compost improves soil quality. So the soil will be more fertile and the compost is often used by gardeners in their plantations as for trees, vegetable gardens etc.
In addition, having a healthy soil will allow a whole microorganism to grow and mix the soil by aerating it.
To be able to have beautiful plantations, the soil needs to be fertile. That is, he needs nutrients. Compost provides all these macros and microelements necessary for soil fertility. In addition it reduces greenhouse gases because it retains water in the soil.
Composting is ecological and very good for the garden. This will allow you to reduce your waste and on a larger scale reduce the number of landfills. In addition, it produces a natural and non-polluting fertilizer that will improve the quality of the soil. You know now why make a compost!