Microorganisms

Microorganisms

Other foods it is not recommended to feed too often are onions, garlic, tea leaves/tea bags, coffee grounds, and heavily salted foods. These are all reputed to have an adverse effect on the pH in the bin, which should be neutral or slightly alkaline. Worms as well as other microorganisms in the composting process require oxygen, so the bin must "breathe". This can be accomplished by regularly removing the composted material, adding holes to a composting bin, orusing a continuous-flow bin. If insufficient oxygen is available, the compost will become anaerobic.This will provide a host environment for a different type of decay process which produces a strong odor offensive to most people. Thistype of decay is found in swamps and bogs and is responsible for the stench sometimes found in these environments.

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