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Composting

The key to a lush, successful garden is in the soil. Compost (decomposed organic matter) is a crucial soil component. It helps regulate moisture, improves air flow and soil structure, adds nutrients, and improves soil biodiversity. Compost is easy to make - all you need is a little space and a little time. Learn how to make rich compost for your garden as well as why it's so important. 

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