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Jobe's® Organic Compost Starter

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Get your “black gold” ready faster than ever. Organic booster contains Biozome®, a proprietary microorganism that aggressively breaks down and speeds up the composting process. Compost is a must for organic gardening, as it helps plants resist disease, insects and drought during the growing season, and also provides critical micronutrients missing in synthetic fertilizers. Easy-pour bag. Apply 2 cups per cubic yard of organic waste every 4-6 weeks, as directed. OMRI-listed. Granular. Guaranteed analysis: 4-4-2.

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I???m making my compost with straw from the barn where I keep my sheep and goats. Plus I???m adding all my kitchen scraps of vegetables, fruits, egg shells and coffee grounds. Will this help decompose everything?
Linda C on Feb 2, 2019
BEST ANSWER: Yes, definitely. You will have exquisite compost if you keep the ratio of dry material to wet at 20:1 and use this. It's possible to have good compost in a couple of months.
How long does it take to compost in a barrel ..when using paper and grasscuttings???
Frank Y on Jan 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: That will depend upon whether the barrel is in the sun; how you manage the moisture and how often you turn it. It can be anywhere from 4 weeks to 6 months.
On the article about composting, you mentioned spreading the compost around flower beds - can this be done on top of the mulch and the compost nutrients seep into the bed, or is it better to dig up the mulch and mix the compost in? Thank you.
RPGII on Jan 22, 2019
BEST ANSWER: That's a very efficient idea. The rain will wash the compost down through the mulch and eventually the compost nutrients will seep through the soil.

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