Composting Increases Organic Crop Growth – If you have been gardening for very long, and especially if you are an organic gardener, you know one of the best mulches or soil amendments that you can add to your garden is natural compost. One particularly good kind of compost is created in worm bin where red worms are added to a mixture of bedding and organic waste. One of the best ways to do this is with what is called a composting bin. Here are a few tips on how to use these special bins in order to get top quality compost every time.
Popular and effective way of recycling organic waste is backyard composting. Compost is used by gardeners since long to improve garden soil. Garden composting process transforms lawn debris into a soil amendment product. Composting includes biological cycle of growth and decay. Microorganisms feed upon dead organic matter (forming the composting heap) and the nutrients from the decaying plants are recycled into their own bodies which in due course make way back to the soil. Remaining material from the decaying process exhibits properties similar to that of organic matter found naturally in the soil. This organic matter makes the soil porous, allowing the soil to retain sufficient water and making digging part easier while planting seeds or seedlings.
Composting is essential to a garden especially if you are into the organic side of gardening. Composting is a process by which organic materials, such as kitchen scraps and lawn trimmings are converted from an unstable product, which is likely to further decompose and create objectionable odors, to an increasingly more stable product that will store well without being offensive. Not only will you recycle the organic waste and turn them into something valuable to your plants, you will also be able to earn money from vermicomposting.
Vermiculture is the process of using several species of worms to do the job of trimming down large amount of organic materials and get in return the valuable “poop” called casting which is rich in nutrients and best as fertilizers for your plants.
These days we know that we need to recycle as much as we can, and anyone with a garden has a head start and can make a great contribution. To many novice gardeners, this subject can be somewhat difficult to grasp;new composters sometimes feel frustrated as they struggle to learn more about how the process works — an understandable problem since there is a wealth of information available about composting and not one, absolute “right way” to do it. But in fact it is really straightforward – there are just a few very simple rules:
You need a compost bin, and the type you decide on rather depends on the size of your garden. There are a couple of options. A purpose built plastic bin purchased from a garden centre, not too expensive, and you just fill up from the top and a few months later, you can take compost from a small hatch at the base.