Different Types of Compost (Which Is Best For You)

Composting can be an excellent tool for any gardener or plant enthusiast. But deciding how to begin can be challenging because different types of compost have different benefits and drawbacks. 

Utilizing compost can be a great way to turn yard and garden waste into organic fertilizer and something useful, while also reducing waste.

Different Types Of Compost

Compost Bins

Using a bin is the simplest method for small-scale, at-home composting. You can use a closed or open bin. You can either buy a container or create one yourself. 

Trench Composting

Trench composting consists of burying your organic waste directly into the soil. It can aid nearby plants in developing water-conserving root systems. 

In-Vessel Composting

In-vessel composting is an alternative to free-form cold composting piles. A barrel or container is mounted to a frame, which allows you to spin it vertically.

Bokashi Composting

Bokashi composting, or EMO composting, is designed to manage a small amount of waste and uses a container that can easily be placed under your sink. 

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