The Importance of Composting

Composting is a safe and natural way to reduce landfill waste and help crops and plants grow. It may benefit the health of soil and food by increasing the nutrient content. Composting may also help people use fewer chemical pesticides and fertilizers, which could have positive health effects.


Compost is used to improve soil structure through the addition of carbon and provide plant nutrients such as nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P) and potassium (K). In addition to being a source of plant nutrients, it improves the physico-chemical and biological properties of the soil.


Proper composting of the organic waste we generate in our daily lives can reduce the dependence on chemical fertilizers, help recover soil fertility, and improve water retention and the delivery of nutrients to plants.

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