That’s because you get a good variety of textures and microbes to enrich your soil. When you compost at home, you’ll have a good variety of organic materials in your compost.
Adding in more organic compost each year re-energizes your survival garden. When you feed the soil, ultimately you’re feeding your plants, too. They’ll have fewer diseases and pests and produce more wholesome, better tasting food for you and your family.
But, if you’re like me, you wish composting didn’t take so long to produce that fluffy black soil. You want to speed up the composting process and add beneficial bacteria and other microbes to your compost.
What you need is items like composters, including bokashi composters and worm composting kits, glacial rock dust and other natural composting products, like what they have at EarthEasy.com. Click on the Composting category to see their selection.
Feed the soil, and you’ll feed yourself.