Water and composting

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Every living organism including microorganisms need water for their lives. Even for many living things water is 70% of its content.

So how about composting, you might guess that composting process require lots of water to speed up the process. But you’re wrong, just enough water would do the process, more water could ruin it. The bacteria and other microbes live in the film of water that covers compost particles, and most soil animals especially worms, the most important ones are very intolerant of drying out.
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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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Garden and wildlife

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What is the connection between garden and wildlife, yet we do know both of them involving nature, but got differences as well. The most difference is in how it was made, garden are made by human, while wildlife are built by nature.

That’s the easiest part to draw the connection between both of them. If you do like more scientific, then as you could see living community of microbes and animals creating a balance of nature. A single square yard of woodland floor is typically home to 30 million nematodes (eelworms) and 250 different species of mites. If you’re looking for the best shed kits originalshelters.com/ its solution for you whom like pleased your children by giving them environment introduction through your garden.
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