The gardens and crops need to renew the compost to renew the substances that plants and other vegetables have absorbed during growth.
The plants will not burn even if the compost exceeds the recommended amount, because it is compost that contains no chemicals, so there is no danger. Anyway, here we can find some examples explaining the proper use of compost in different areas:
• In the Garden: 1 to 2 months before planting anything and using mature compost. Apply about 4 liters of compost per square meter (about 4 liters is 1 Kg.)
· Tree fruit: once all the season harvest has been done, apply the trees about 5 l/m2 (a 2 cm layer), to restore what has become a fruit.
· Lawn: when mowing is done regularly, ie in spring, the compost must be passed through the sieve so as not to hinder the grass growth and 1 l/m2 must be applied if it is for top dressing, and 5 l/m2 if it is for a new garden.
· Trees: in autumn, to compensate the effort made in spring and summer, apply about 2 cm throughout the area occupied by the glass.
· Plants and flowers in the spring they need about 2 inches of compost to be displayed in all its splendor and show what they can do year after year.
· Transplantation: it is always necessaire to help the plants that have changed their location, soil, light, etc. The compost not only gives them the nutrients they need to develop properly, but also keeps them healthy. In these cases, you have to mix 1 part compost to 3 of land.