- Improvement of soil structure
- Soil with hold moisture evenly
- Modifies and Stabilizes Ph
- Holds nutrients longer
- Provides nutrient to garden plants eliminating the use for synthetic fertilizers
- Provides healthy bacteria
- Healthy bacteria suppress plant disease
- Binds lethal soil contaminants
- Bacteria in soil can break down some toxic contaminants
- Erosion and weed control
- Helps reduce household waste
This model fits under your kitchen sink, empty draw on the bottom after a few weeks.
Compostable materials go in the top and fresh compost comes out the bottom.
We have a enameled bucket that my sister picked up at a thrift shop for food scraps. There are fancy buckets that you can buy with charcoal filters and biobags, but trust me, you don't need fancy. Depending on the size of your family you will take the bucket to the compost pile every other day, hardly enough time for it to get stinky. Composting is really easy and I hope that this small amount of info will get your interest peaked enough to check into it for your own family. You get great soil for free, reduce your household waste, and save some money. Build Your Own Compost Bin Plans Composting 101
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