Composting Basics. Chip Boling Clemson Extension Service. What is Composting. Composting is controlled biological reduction of organic wastes to “humus”. Benefits of Compost. Improves soil structure Supplies plant with essential plant nutrients-not a substitute for fertilizer
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Materials with High Nitrogen Ratios
Materials with High Carbon Ratios
Many decomposers die when temperatures rise above 160 F