Gardening with compost is an excellent way to introduce more nutrients to your soil and your plans. Naturally occurring nutrients in compost are released slowly and plants use them for optimum growth. Compost is a source of nutrients for plants.
Compost releases nutrients slowly when plants are small, and more quickly as soil temperatures increase. So I'll micro organisms that relinquish nutrients from compost work harder as soil temperatures increase. Chemical fertilizer companies have reproduced this affect by marketing their products as "time-released" supplements.
The greater variety of materials used in compost will yield a greater variety of nutrients. Major elements in compost include nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and many other minor elements in micronutrients including iron, Kullberg, manganese, boron, zinc, copper, molybdenum, and iodine. Manure and compost usually contain a balanced amount of minor elements which provide excellent growing conditions for gardens and plants.
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