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Safer Brand Ringer Compost Plus – 2 lb Bag of Compost Maker Pellets Ringer Compost Plus from Safer® Brand will boost the compost making process. Each 2 lb bag of pellets contains nutrients and microbial elements to help fuel the development of rich, moist humus from a variety of elements, including lawn clippings, twigs and brown leaves. The end result is a fertilizer and mulch to enhance your garden.
Best used for:
Boosting compost creation
Fueling plant growth
Increasing microbe levels
Fuel for your garden By encouraging the growth of beneficial microbes and nutrient development, Ringer Compost Plus breaks down your yard clippings and other items into useable mulch and fertilizer, which will power the growth cycles of your garden plants.
What is Compost? Compost is simply plant matter that’s broken down into its nutritional components, thereby creating a valuable resource for the next generation of garden vegetation. Compost Plus fuels the process, creating compost in 60 to 90 days.
Ringer Compost Plus Instructions To develop compost on your own, whether in a composting bin or in compost pile in your yard, use Ringer Compost Plus from Safer® Brand to complete the process in 60 to 90 days.
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All About Composting
What is Composting?
Compost is one of nature's best mulches and soil amendments, and when combined with a pre-emergent weed prevention product such as Concern® Weed Prevention Plus® or a helpful fertilizer such as Ringer® Lawn Restore, microorganisms break down organic matter into nutrients used by your plants to grow stronger!
Using compost improves soil structure, texture and aeration as well as increasing the amount of moisture the soil retains, allowing you to water less often.
Compost can also clean and repair contaminated soil, including soils that have been destroyed by harmful synthetic chemicals.
How to Compost
There are two ways to make compost, actively or passively:
For the Active Composter
For the Passive Composter
Final Compost Results
FAQs About Starting an Organic Garden
Q: We want to start a garden in an area of our backyard. How should we get ready for it?
A: One of the best ways to prevent insect problems in your soil is to till the soil. When you till it, insect grubs and larvae will be brought to the surface where they likely will end up dying. More»
Q: I want an organic garden, so I don’t want to use harmful chemicals. Will the organic products work as well as the chemical pesticides?
A: Yes, they will be even better for the environment and for your insect control needs. Organic control methods target the specific insect pest, usually without harming the beneficial insects you want in your garden to help with insect pest control. More»
Q: I would like to start composting. How do I choose a spot for it?
A: You will need to seek out a level, well-drained area. In wet and cooler regions you will want to store your compost pile in a sunny spot so as to trap in solar heat (for during the colder months of the year). In warmer, drier areas store your compost pile in a shadier spot so the pile does not dry out too quickly. Build your pile over soil or lawn to take advantage of the earthworms, beneficial microbes, and other decomposing organisms. You may want to start with a good compost starter. More»
Q: If I use a floating row cover, how will bees and other pollinating insects reach the plants?
A: They won’t be able to so you will need to pollinate them yourself by hand. Check with your local garden center or farm supply store to find out how to hand pollinate them. You may want to remove the row covers during times of insect pollination.