Compost ingredients

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Creating a compost is like cooking in the kitchen, with a correct mixture of the ingredients then you’re ready to go. Unlike cooking, that putting taste as the main factor, compost only need its usage, so the proportion is as you like or how you want to be.

Of course the positive advantages above all of it is you could manage your own garbage, instead pile up on the front of your home, you could do your own compost that useful for your garden. So what kind of garbage could be process as compost ingredients? Lets find out more about it.

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The house, and particularly the kitchen, is a major source of compost ingredients. Any green (or orange or yellow or purple) vegetable waste may go on the compost pile. Do not be put off by the tough appearance of things like grapefruit skins they will compost just as quickly as any other vegetable matter. There’s also no problem with leftover cooked vegetables.

Theoretically, waste meat or fish (cooked or uncooked) can also be composted, but your compost bin must be animal-proof. In practice, it’s quite hard to construct a compost bin that cannot be penetrated by a determined rat.

What goes in Coffee grounds; old cotton, silk, or wool clothing (torn up); eggshells; floor sweepings; hair and nail clippings; paper and cardboard; rabbit or hamster bedding; tea bags; vacuum-cleaner dust; vegetable waste; wood ash.

What stays out Cat or dog litter, coal ash, dairy products, disposable diapers, fish and meat waste, oil or fats.

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