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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Compost, what is it?

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Compost are coming from organic decomposing process. These organic are coming from living things, or at least used to be. It comes from dead animal and plants. The body of an adult human, if exposed to the elements, is reduced to a mere skeleton in about three weeks. The bones last longer, but not a great deal.

Humus is a mixture of the highly altered remains of the original organic matter whether from plants or animals that arrives at the soil surface, as well as new compounds made by bacteria and fungi. But only a small fraction of the original material is destined to become humus. Most simply disappears, turned back into the carbon dioxide (CO2), water, and mineral salts from which it was first made.
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Rock Garden

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Are you planning on building a garden? Then you should know that there are several type of garden. Today I’d like to share about building a rock garden. Interesting to know about it, check it out below.

There are several things you should do to build a rock garden, as below:
1. Plan Carefully.
Like others, plan is a better way to keep you focus on what you’re going to do. Always remember that the goal is to build a rock garden that look as natural as it could be. Choose one of your desire rock garden such as sloping outcrop, sloping terrace, flat bed outcrop, cliff face, pavement, or gorge.
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