Here are Eight benefits of using City Compost in your garden -
- Reduces Solid Waste – Composting organic waste reduces load on landfill.
- Improves Soil Quality – Compost helps protect soil from erosion (up to 30%) and compaction and improves soil quality & fertility.
- Improves Water Quality – Compost helps make yards and gardens healthier without using chemicals that may pollute groundwater, creeks, streams, and lakes.
- Conserves Water – Compost improves soil so that water penetrates more easily and stays in the soil longer which means less watering.
- Fertilizes Soil – Compost feeds and nourishes the plants and the soil.
- Provides Nutrients – Compost slowly releases macro and micro-nutrients for plant growth, reducing the need for fertilizers.
- Improves Soil Structure – Compost improves the structure of sandy soils allowing them to retain more moisture and nutrients longer.
- Let Nature work for you – Earthworms and other beneficial organisms flourish in enriched soils. Their activities release essential nutrients which strengthen plants and increase disease resistance.