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Here is a simple guide to composting.

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  1. Find the perfect place to start your heap of compost. Choose a spot that is on level ground and possibly an area with drain spots. If you do not wish to start a heap of compost in your garden, you could always get a compost bin.


  1. Start off by laying some sort of twigs or straw to assist with the drainage of water. This will help ventilate the pile and keep it well drained.


  1. It is now time to add all your composting material. You can do this in two ways. You can otherwise do it in layers or can mix it all up. The people that want to do it in layers are advised to do in layers of dry and wet. These layers consist of manure, grass cuttings, tea leaves, food scraps, dead plants, weeds, leaves, egg shells and sawdust.


  1. Let nature run its course. Nature has provided us with worm who all gardeners should love. They love eating all the materials we put in our heap and converting it into liquid feed and compost. A dark and moist atmosphere is their favourite place in which they can live in for their entire life. It is an excellent way to turn our organic waste in to compost that is ready for use.


  1. Turning your heap of compost is a good thing. Remember that you should be turning your pile at least once every week or two. Turning your pile regularly will assist the air flow and ventilation in your pile as well as helping with the decomposition.


  1. Always ensure that you pile has a good mixture of greens and brown. A good balance of both makes the best compost. If you feel that your heap is too wet, you should think about adding some more browns to the mixture. If you feel like the mixture is looking on the dry side, your next move should be to add some greens to the mixture.


  1. Covering you heap will help ensure that your compost is the best it can be. Using plastic sheets or old carpets you can cover your pile to make sure that you are doing what you can to retain the heat and moisture.