Yes we can, agree.
Great pontification, dear
readers reader! Decomposable compost is great for the soil, beyond just soil structure improvements. It does more than provide food for the soil microorganisms that help aid in aggregating soil. Let us draw our attention to the mother of all soil amendments (please think out loud in a bellowing voice), Compost!
- It increases cation exchange capacity,
- improves structure,
- helps retain moisture,
- and provides nutrients!
- It can almost do no wrong!
As an aside, you can use manure to make your garden compost. I am trying to help a friend learn about the nutrient profile of elephant and donkey
poop manure for her bipartisan victory garden. Ideas on where to find that info?
Here are some interesting links I found during my, so far unfruitful, search.