Organic compost loosens the soil. It also aerates the soil that plants need for healthy growth. The organic compost also allows the soil to better absorb water and nutrients. Roots need moist soil. Organic matter attracts beneficial microorganisms, worms and fungi to promote plant development.
Before you put any organic material in the garden, it must be decomposed. This organic material does not smell bad when dry. They are usually brown in color and have an earthy odor. Organic compost makes garden soil rich in nutrients. Vegetables like to grow in soil enriched with organic compost. Compost & Recycle Organic Waste Services will pick up your recycling & compost on time.
The best organic compost that can be mixed with garden soil is animal manure. Make sure they are completely dry and loose. Dried chicken manure is one of the popular composts that is used in the same way as farm animals.
Kitchen organic waste can also be used as compost. It is better to break it up, dry it and put it in a suitable compost bin for some time before placing it in the ground. Powders from old saws are also good compost, but they break down nitrogen from the soil as it decomposes.
Bituminous coal is also a good compost material. They supply the soil with nutrients and protect plants from insects. The compost should mix well into the soil. With a good garden shovel and fork, organic matter can be evenly distributed in the soil.