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Compost is organic material which has undergone decomposition by microorganisms and is used as a soil amendment.

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We have a compost bin to which I've been adding kitchen scraps (and some garden waste) over several years. I have never used the resulting compost (mainly because I have a ready supply of horse … compost now better than ever or is the stuff at the bottom now too far gone (is "too far gone" even possible with compost?) …
asked Jun 9 '11 by Tea Drinker
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Looking at this answer made we wonder again about why we don't compost dog and cat faeces. Any guide to composting will always caution against including dog (and cat) excrement (examples here and …
asked Nov 9 '11 by Tea Drinker
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Delighted to observe that the rat poison we put down was disappearing. Less delighted to find some weeks later that they had moved it all to a larder in the compost. The poison is Slaymore (as far … as I understand it is a standard household rat poison). It comes in the form of blue pellets. Does this render the compost dangerous to use on a kitchen garden (ie. with all kinds of vegetables)? …
asked Jun 8 '11 by Tea Drinker