Learn to do organic composting yourself
More and more families have made the ecological decision to stop putting their organic garbage in the trash to fill the area. To take the material and create a pile of compost in your backyard. Let organic elements and nature take its course.
Composts are made from beneficial organic manure that is made by alternately placing layers of organic substances, such as lawn leaves, kitchen table scraps, soil, and lime. Mix with the correct amount of water and plenty of air.
How do you make organic compost
The basis is the decomposition of a number of organic materials in such a way that a healthy fertilizer is created for the lawn, pots and the yard. In general, ordinary compost is approximately ten square feet or more and should be able to be stacked at least 3-5 feet in height. There should be no cover on it. Rather, the top should be flat or have a slight depression in it so you can pick up the water when it rains. The ideal organic compost heap should not be too moist or too dry.
How does organic composting pile makes a difference? The pile needs to breathe a little, so you can not pack it too well. The first layer is ideally grass clippings, leaves or straw and should be about one foot deep. You can add food scraps at any time. Then spread a layer of manure four to six inches deep. Finally, put up to five pounds of rock phosphate or one liter of bone material per hundred square feet, and a single pound of ground limestone. If it has vegetable soil, add an inch or less now. After this is done, your organic compost pile has gone through a cycle. Repeat the process by adding another foot or less of organic grass clippings, straw or other plant material.
What not to include in organic composting
Do not put herbs in your compost because the seeds could spread to your garden later. After a couple of days, your organic compost pile will begin to heat up. You will notice the organic and microbiological chemical reactions taking place. It is a good idea to keep the compost heap moist, but in many cases, rain may be all you really need.
When you are making the pile of compost for the first time, make sure it should not disturb. If the organic compost pile is as old as three to four weeks, it is necessary to take a tool and turn the pile over and over again. Continue this every several weeks. You should expect to be able to use the manure to fertilize your garden anytime from two months to a year. You will know that you are ready when everything looks uniform and you do not see any undissolved material in the pile.