Best Ways to Compost food scraps


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Composting is a great way of making the most of your food scraps. Keeping a bin in your kitchen, to later be disposed of in your garden, is a great start. All natural scraps, such as fruit peels, carrot tops, and onion skins can be reintroduced to your plants as an all-natural fertilizer, all while reducing your carbon footprint. The scraps should then be buried in a trench about a foot deep so that they can properly decompose. Burying the scraps reduces smell while also deterring pets and pests from getting into the rotting food.

Avoid composting things like meat, oils, dairy, and bread products, as they can go rancid, attract pests, and ruin your entire compost heap before it even begins.

Written by Paula Maldonado
6 months ago

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