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  • 12 materials that cause compost to stink and grow bugs

    12 materials that cause compost to stink and grow bugs

    Now many friends like to make some compost at home, which can reduce the frequency of using pesticides, save a lot of money, and improve the soil in the yard. Let’s talk about how to avoid composting when it is healthier, simpler, and avoid Insects or smelly.   If you like organic gardening...
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  • How to make compost at home?

    How to make compost at home?

    Compost is a circulatory system produced by decomposing and fermenting materials such as sporadic vegetable leaves in the vegetable garden. As long as the composting technology is used properly, the remaining branches and leaves can be returned to the soil. Compost made from leftover ingredients ...
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  • How to make compost from weeds

    How to make compost from weeds

    Weeds or wild grass are a very tenacious existence in the natural ecosystem. We generally get rid of weeds as much as possible during agricultural production or gardening. But the grass that is removed is not simply thrown away but can make good compost if properly composted. The use of weeds in ...
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  • 5 tips for making compost at home

    5 tips for making compost at home

    Now, more and more families are beginning to learn to use organic materials on hand to make compost to improve the soil of their backyard, garden, and small vegetable garden. However, the compost made by some friends is always imperfect, and some details of making compost Little is known, So we&#...
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  • How to control the temperature during composting?

    How to control the temperature during composting?

    According to the introduction of our previous articles, during the composting process, with the intensification of microbial activity in the material, when the heat released by the microorganisms decomposing the organic matter is greater than the heat consumption of the compost, the compost tempe...
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  • How to use straw when composting?

    How to use straw when composting?

    Straw is the waste left over after we harvest wheat, rice, and other crops. However, as we all know, due to the special characteristics of straw, it can play a very important role in the process of making compost.   The working principle of straw composting is the process of mineralization and hu...
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  • Basic knowledge of sludge composting

    Basic knowledge of sludge composting

    The composition of sludge is complex, with various sources and types. At present, the main methods of sludge disposal in the world are sludge landfill, sludge incineration, land resource utilization, and other comprehensive treatment methods. Several disposal methods have their advantages and dif...
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  • Oxygen-key of composting

    Oxygen-key of composting

    Generally speaking, composting is divided into aerobic composting and anaerobic composting. Aerobic composting refers to the decomposition process of organic materials in the presence of oxygen, and its metabolites are mainly carbon dioxide, water, and heat; while anaerobic composting refers to t...
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  • What is the right moisture for compost?

    What is the right moisture for compost?

    Moisture is an important factor in the compost fermentation process. The main functions of water in compost are: (1) Dissolve organic matter and participate in the metabolism of microorganisms; (2) When the water evaporates, it takes away heat and plays a role in regulating the temperature of the...
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  • How to Adjust the Carbon to Nitrogen Ratio in Composting Raw Materials

    How to Adjust the Carbon to Nitrogen Ratio in Composting Raw Materials

    In previous articles, we have mentioned the importance of “carbon to nitrogen ratio” in compost production many times, but there are still many readers who are still full of doubts about the concept of “carbon to nitrogen ratio” and how to operate it. Now we will come. Dis...
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