Compost can help dry soil hold more water, compacted soils regain their flexibility and poor soils bring forth bountiful organic vegetable gardens.
Although compost remains a mysterious, almost mythical, substance to many gardeners, it actually involves more science than magic—and it’s relatively simple to make and use.
Once your compost pile has finished decomposing, the compost is ready to put right onto your garden where it will do wonders for your soil and your plants.
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