Going Green: How To Make Your Own Compost In Singapore

19 February 2018

Are you a urban gardener who wants good fertilisers for your plants? Or, are you environmentally conscious and want to reduce waste?

Try your hand at composting! Let organic waste, such as dried leaves and raw fruit and vegetable scraps, sit in a container to be broken down by naturally occurring micro-organisms, such as bacteria and fungi, into finer nutrient-rich particles that can be used to fertilise plants. Here’s a simple, 7-step guide to composting in SG.

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