If you support the idea of cutting waste and reducing trash in our landfills , composting can help you put nutrients back into your own garden.
Compost is quite easy to make by combining decomposable waste materials from your own household to make nutrient-rich, plant-enriching soil. Follow these eight easy steps to make composting easy…
1. Gather Brown Biodegradables
The “brown” material in your compost will form the basis and should be made up of carbon-producing twigs, sawdust, dead leaves, wood chips, branches, shredded paper (i.e., newsprint and cardboard), coffee filters, shredded wool and cotton, and even nut shells.