What do you add to Composting for the best results?

What's your go to mixture to add to your compost bin for the best results?
  6 answers
  • Janet Pizaro Janet Pizaro on Mar 01, 2017
    I do not do that,but heres a trustworthy site for you. www.finegardening.com/6-ways-make-great-compost

  • Dawn M. Friend Dawn M. Friend on Mar 01, 2017

  • Hillela G. Hillela G. on Mar 02, 2017
    A low-maintenance pile has a combination of brown and green plant matter, plus some moisture to keep the good bacteria humming. Shredded newspaper, wood chips and dry leaves are ideal for the brown elements; kitchen waste and grass clippings are perfect for the green add-ins. Good luck!

  • Shoshana Hoffman Shoshana Hoffman on Mar 02, 2017
    Kitchen scraps and coffee grinds are great. And then to keep the ratio of C:N right I add some brown: dried leaves and/or wood chips. Then its a matter of keeping it moisturized and well ventilated to let the compost micro-organisms do their magic!

  • Florent Florent on Mar 05, 2017
    A mix of everything is the best way to have a good product. This include old coffee ground, kitchen peels, grass cuts, dog rejects, fruits & vegetables overpast, etc... You can add some ground worms to accelerate the process too.

  • Pat Benson Pat Benson on Mar 11, 2017
    chicken poop...