Compost Advocacy Project
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By Grace Crossin
Compost is a natural form of recycling in which living organisms decompose organic matter.
We should pay attention to this situation because compost is very important to our ecosystem!
By composting, plant growth is improved by loosening heavy clay in the soil which overall increases the essential nutrients by improving water holding and nutrient holding capacity
You can compost a lot! 24 percent of waste found in our homes is organic material that can be composted
Compost items like these
So do a favor by recycling your organic waste in a compost bin. Not only will you be saving money on fertilizer, but helping the plants and animals in the ecosystem as well
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