Compost is a significant part of making every kind of plants grow naturally, without chemicals needed, and which produces an extremely good output. Generally, it is being used in urban agriculture, organic farming, horticulture, landscaping, and gardens.
The compost provides many benefits for land and crops and it is useful as a fertilizer, providing humic acids, soil conditioner, and natural pesticides for soil. Making compost can lessen some refuse — such as kitchen waste and vegetable waste — in landfills where methane, a potent greenhouse gas, is released.
It is a simple process for making compost, requiring only to combine kitchen waste and green wastes, such as grass, leaves, coconut shells, sugarcane, and food scraps. After that, it is needed to combine the mixed waste with sawdust and then wait for the material to break down to humus after one or two months, depending on how many times that we mix it.