How to make compost at home, what to put

Is there a profitable way to recycle organic waste? Of course, we can do good with organic waste compost to be used for our garden or our vegetable garden. But let's see in detail how to make compost at home following our guide.

Home compost, useful tips
If you live on a farm or have a lot of space available, it is preferable to compost heaps. If, on the other hand, you have limited space, you should have a domestic composter in closed containers, plastic bins built in a particular way.

Home compost, the ingredients
To have organic substance, you need to mix two parts of “Green” leftovers well with one part of “Brown” leftovers. Therefore, if your compost is too damp and wet, you need to add carbon: paper bags for food, handkerchiefs and paper napkins, all finely chopped to speed up the process.
Untreated sawdust is also fine
What to put in our composter to guarantee a good organic substance?
Brown leftovers: dry leaves, shrub pruning, pine needles, sawdust, cardboard, food paper
Green leftovers: leftovers of green plants and flowers, grass clippings or fresh grass, uncooked fruit and vegetable leftovers, tea bags, coffee poses, herbivore manure, hair, pet hair.
Then there are the supplements that are not necessary for success, but have interesting useful properties such as egg shells, mollusc shells, wood ash, sedimentary rock dust: even newspaper can be used for composting. because lead has not been used for printing for some time

Home compost, what not to wear
There are substances that absolutely must not be included in the composter such as: meat, fish, bones, dairy products, oils and fats, dog, cat, bird litter. Poorly biodegradable substances such as: plastic sheets, greaseproof paper, coated paper, plasticized paper should also be avoided.

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