Composting is the process of breaking down organic materials, such as food waste, yard waste, and other organic matter, into a nutrient-rich soil amendment. It is an important component of sustainable agriculture and can help to reduce waste, improve soil health, and increase crop yields. Composting requires careful management to ensure proper balance of carbon and nitrogen, oxygen, and moisture, and can be done on a small or large scale. Overall, composting is an effective and environmentally friendly way to manage organic waste and improve soil fertility.

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