Benefits of composting

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Compost is a great soil conditioner that adds nutrients and helps your garden retain moisture. It can also reduce the need to add fertiliser and make your plants more resistant to disease.

For the incredible effect of having really lush landscapes – adding compost to your lawn is essential. Anyone who intends to support the radiant health of your landscapes – will need to generate compost for optimal organic fertilization.

Compost is used for lawn seeding, and for enhancing your soil with life-affirming nutrients that cause your landscapes to glow. Adding compost to your lawn, also known as top dressing, is a natural fertilizing method that can be done by you or a professional for healthier grass.

A few other reasons to choose composting are

  1. Assists in storm-water management.

Compost helps to control water flows on and through soil, thereby proving to be a capable tool for storm-water management.

2. Conserves water.

In addition to helping to manage storm-water, compost can also conserve water due to its ability to retain and efficiently transfer water. This both helps the environment and makes your project more drought resistant.

3.  Reduces Waste.

Waste reduction is another benefit of compost, since compost is generally made from waste (food scraps, organic byproducts, etc) that is diverted from landfill flows. This reduces the amount of waste going to landfills and it upcycles those materials into a productive, environmentally beneficial product.

4.  Improves Soil Health.

By adding nutrients and soil biota, compost improves the biological, chemical and structural health of soils. This further contributes to healthy plants and successful projects.

5. Prevents Soil Erosion

Compost helps to reduce soil erosion in a number of ways, including by binding soil together, increasing infiltration, and slowing the surface flow of water.

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