Air and compost

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Composting is an aerobic process, which is a fancy way of saying it needs air. What’s more, air is probably even more important than food the average compost pile runs out of air long before it runs out of food.

If there isn’t enough air, decomposition becomes anaerobic, which is bad news for two reasons. First, it’s much slower than aerobic composting, and second, some of the products, such as ammonia and hydrogen sulfide, don’t smell very nice.
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Rock Material

Posted Under (Garden, Material)

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Building a garden, you must not forget this material, which is rock. Rock you could found anywhere, its type and variety are quite much as well, but only several of it could be use to make your garden more beautiful. If you worry about rock or stone material will cost you more money, then use some alternative stone, its more affordable and last as good as rock material.

Here are some rock material that often used in home design for both outdoor and indoor, but especially for outdoor use, such as limestone, sandstone, slate, tufa, and of course Granite. Lets have a look at each of their advantages below:
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