Compost is a product that is available elsewhere besides in a composter. An example of this is the manure or compost piles, which have taken place since ancient times. However, today the lack of space requires us to take advantage of it to the fullest and to find more effective systems spatially speaking.
In a compost, the compost is always much more sheltered from the weather (sun, rain, wind) and not too dry or wetted, therefore, not be necessary to pay special attention or dedication, and all The process will be 3 or 4 times faster. Besides, should not be wasting water to water it when dry, and visually no impact on family members or neighbors fussy, not wanting to see the remains of food and vegetation in the garden. In addition, the compost can be installed anywhere, without being able to bother anyone.
The process of litter decomposition in a compost smell is distinctive and enjoyable that we receive when we open the composter to bring new or removing debris. Remember the smell coming from the rainforest. This is due to the technical characteristics of the compost quality as the millions of organisms that feed on the remains that are deposited in the compost can not be a long time before turning them into compost.
Mixing the remains from time to time (recommended once a week), will reduce moisture, provide oxygen to the remains and other insects do not appear as an excess of fruit flies, for example. However, these agencies also assist in the composting process and in any case, his presence will always be limited to within the composter.
Slugs or other agencies, once ate the plants should be set aside now to go into the compost, so used to eating vegetables and not the remains of the flowers. Moreover, if you see a snail in the garden, you'd better put in the composter.
Animals such as dogs, cats and mice can not go into the compost, since it is a closed container designed to prevent them from entering.
It is necessary, however, install a surface level, without gaps.