3. Once applied to your garden, it will help soil structure by improving drainage in clay soils and water retention in sandy soils. It’ll provide the necessary nutrients, including nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.
4. Composting will improve the biodiversity in your garden by utilising worms, fungi and insects to get to work on breaking down your waste. These beneficial bugs will make your garden less likely to be wiped out by pests and weeds as research has shown that plants that are more susceptible to insect damage is the soil is unhealthy.