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AN26

In this article, we would like to talk about compost. Compost is a type of organic material that has been decomposed to a certain degree by micro-organisms and then reprocessed. Producing compost is basically nothing other than initiating the natural processes that occur during the decomposition of organic material. There are two types of compost production: cold composting and hot composting. Read more...

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AN24

Those soil components that are of living origin are called organic material. All plant and animal organisms, whether alive or dead, are organic. Dead organisms are decomposed and modified by living organisms. This process produces the so-called humus. Living organisms represent the soil life. In this article, we would like to take a closer look at the living organic components of the soil in order to get to know the interconnections within the soil a bit better. Read more...

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AN23

The soil the gardener works with is fascinating. This eco-system is a habitat that is incredibly rich in species. Just think of the many millions of living creatures that are contained in just a handful of soil. The different soils have the amazing ability to transform lifeless organic matter into nutrients for plants. In other words, the soil is the basis for plant growth and hence for our food. In one of our previous Newsletters, we were talking about how „Granma White“ would plant Read more...

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