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2016-10-12 By Admin
You've got a ton of yard debris to compost but you aren't sure how to go through the process. Now that you've successfully dealt with that old lawn equipment and have new replacements, you want to get as much as possible with a low-cost and little effort. That's why you want to know how to hot compost yard debris, so you have less fertilizer to buy and have an easy way to deal with all that organic yard waste -- killing two birds with one stone.
First and foremost, you won't get far with super big organic material. Large branches and tree stumps are prime examples. Although these will eventually decompose over time, it will take years. For big items like this, yard waste hauling is a far better solution. But, for regular leaf piles, small branches, and other miscellaneous materials, like moss, twigs, grass clippings, vegetables, fruits, coffee grounds, and the like, these are great compost ingredients.
Composting is a microbial process that converts plant materials such as grass clippings and leaves to a more usable organic soil amendment or mulch. Gardeners have used compost for centuries to increase soil organic matter, improve soil physical properties, and supply some of the essential nutrients for plant growth. Mulching refers to the practice of applying a layer of materials such as compost, leaves, or grass clippings to the soil surface in order to modify soil temperature and moisture as well as control weeds and soil erosion. --University of Minnesota
Some people choose to include food waste, such as uneaten vegetables and fruits or fruits and vegetables going bad and inedible. You can also include such items, along with other household materials like shredded paper, as well as top soil. The goal is to get a deep, rich mix of organic materials to cook up a healthy pile of compost. This will provide all the nutrients your garden needs and can be used to grow other things, additionally. Here's a short guide for how to hot compost yard debris:
If you need yard debris cleanup or another type of service, just phone 800-737-5923 or visit Pro Junk Dispatch. We do a wide range of jobs and can help out with just about anything.
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