In any garden, a little compost can go a long way to make plants healthier, happier, and their produce tastier. Here’s a great way to turn your kitchen scraps, clippings, and weeds into beneficial compost for your garden in just a few weeks with this inexpensive home-made easy-to-make compost tumbler.
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Garbage in – compost out. You are not just making dirt out of kitchen scraps. You are providing beneficial bacteria to the soil, bacteria that will help the plant digest inorganic minerals into simple organic compounds at the root level–a job the plant would normally have to do by itself, so it frees the plant to do other things it normally wouldn’t have time or energy for (like improve nutrition and flavor!).