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What is organic matter?
Any material originating from a living organism (peat moss, plant residue, compost, ground bark, manure, etc.)
A organic fertilizer can include plant, animal, or mineral materials. Visit our selection of
organic fertilizers and supplements.

What is Composting? Composting is nature's process of recycling decomposed organic materials into a rich soil known as compost. Anything that was once living will decompose.
Basically, backyard composting is an acceleration of the same process nature uses.
By composting your organic waste you are returning nutrients back into the soil in order for the cycle of life to continue. Finished compost looks like soil–dark brown, crumbly and smells like a forest floor. Read more here.
What's compost tea?

It's basically a liquid fertilizer and disease suppressor that is made by soaking small amounts of biologically-active compost in water, often with other ingredients such as kelp or molasses to feed the microorganisms, and then aerated over a period of one to two days. The "tea" is then sprayed using a typical hand-held sprayer either directly onto plants, the soil, or it is applied as a soil-drench (root dip) for seedlings. Read more here.

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