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 Can you use eggshells for compost in a garden?

Answer Yes, because eggshells (crashed) are good for acid soils and contain calcium.
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Can you compost eggshells?

You can compost eggshells. Eggshells, however, are slow-composting items. To speed the shell's compost time, break and crack the shells into small pieces before you add them to your compost bin.Ref... Read More »
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What do you put in a garden compost?

To home gardeners, the dark, loamy soil from a backyard compost pile is black gold. Added to vegetable or flower gardens, organic compost improves soil conditions by adding valuable nutrients, brea... Read More »
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When to compost garden?

After the growing season. Place compost on all growing areas, don't worry too much if it hasn't decomposed, the worms will drag it underground over the winter, fertilising and aerating the soil.
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How much compost should you put in your garden?

at least one inch a year. doing this will allow for good stuff to be put into the soil. if you are look too correct physical problems (such as bad drainage and structure of the soil) just add a lot... Read More »
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