Create a Compost: How easy is it?
How to make compost when you don’t have a garden? No need! No need! WAO explains how to create your indoor compost without having a garden.
What is compost?
Compost is a soil obtained from organic waste. When you don’t have a garden it’s complicated to do your own. Don’t worry, we have the solution! Indeed, thanks to vermicomposting you can create your indoor compost. Its principle is simple, it is simply a multi-level plastic bin where several good bacteria such as glasses will be added. Then, after the complete decomposition of the waste, you can extract a juice called “percolate” composed of 85% water. Indeed, it will allow you to feed your plants and on top of that it is a natural fertilizer.
The advantages of creating a compost
First of all, the first significant benefit is the reduction of your garbage cans. Indeed, thanks to your compost, all your organic waste will no longer go into your garbage cans. This means less burned waste and less pollution from transporting garbage cans to the landfill.
Secondly, the soil obtained is very good for your plants or vegetables. Indeed, after 6 months if your compost is well behaved you will get a juice that will help you grow your vegetables. So water your house plants or vegetable garden if you have one with this natural juice that represents real vitamins!
Some tips for you to create a compost
However, in order for it to be useful, you must respect a few golden rules.
What to put in it? You can put in fruit and vegetable peels, coffee grounds, tea bags and leaves, wilted flowers and egg shells. And finally, uncoloured papers, cardboard and tissues and litter from small herbivorous animals.
The compost must be in a place where the temperature is between 15 and 25 degrees and it must contain a lot of humidity. It must also be protected from frost and sunlight.
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