Ringer® Compost Plus Organic Compost Starter
Want to convert your yard debris into free compost for your garden? Safer® Brand makes it simple with our organic Ringer® Compost Plus Compost Starter. With one bag, you can convert an amazing 750 pounds of yard debris into compost.
Start composting and use compost to fertilize flowers or a vegetable garden. Learn how to compost and watch your garden grow with healthy vegetables and gorgeous blooming flowers. Our compost starter contains a blend of microorganisms specially designed to start the composting process quickly and efficiently.
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Composting yard waste breaks down the plant tissue to simple, basic nutrients in a form that plants can use for growth. Yards and gardens can receive the benefits of rich, moist humus when worked into the soil in the Spring or Fall or anytime during the growing season. Knowing how to compost can save you a lot of money and produce a healthy organic garden.
Ringer Compost Plus Compost Maker uses a range of natural microorganisms that are designed and selected for the material that they decompose. In particular, they combine thermophilic organisms that work at higher temperatures. Ringer Compost Plus contains specially designed nutrient sources that start the compost process more quickly and efficiently.
Directions for Use and how to compost:
- Select a shady spot with good drainage. Place a thin layer of bulky material such as twigs or wood chips on the bottom to reduce packing and to aerate the bottom layer. Start your compost pile with a layer of yard waste (shredded brown leaves, grass clippings, chipped wood trimmings, etc.) 4-6 inches deep.
- Sprinkle Compost Plus liberally over top of pile. Use about 1 cup for a 3x4 ft. x 4 inch layer. Do not pack materials too tightly or make pile too large.
- Water to moisten (water until pile has the dampness of a squeezed out sponge
- Repeat steps 1-3 with each additional layer. For best results use a combination of fine and coarse materials and do not use meat, fat or bones in your compost pile.
- Every 7 to 10 days, aerate pile with an aeration tool or turn with forked tool or spade
- Grass clippings will compost the fastest, leaves are slower and twigs, woodchips, etc. will take the longest. That is all it takes to learn how to compost. If you would like more information about composting, please visit our 'How to Compost' page in our Gardening 101 section.
How to use your Humus:
- Humus enhances the supply and availability of all nutrients to the soil
- Improve garden soil by applying a 3 inch layer of humus and turn it into the soil before planting.
- Your finished humus makes a great mulch over a bulb garden
- Add to a new lawn- blend compost into the soil prior to seeding or sodding
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