Solving problems with composting

Problems with composting

In our No Fuss Guide, David Hurrion offers advice on solving some of the most common issues with composting.


Compost bins and heaps take up little space, but if used properly can provide you with a steady supply of nutrient-rich compost to use in the garden. That said, there are some practises that can slow down the composting process, or even cause it to cease completely. Composting is all about achieving the right balance of carbon-rich (woody) and nitrogen-rich (green, leafy) material. In this video No Fuss Guide, David Hurrion explains some of the most common issues gardeners encounter with composting, and how to remedy them.

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