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Today’s question is whether or not compost expires!
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All right so jumping in here okay what If I ask you a question yeah you should Michelle Norton on the compost FAQ post on Facebook asks will my Compost expire I think this is a great Question okay that is a good question so Bad or stop being active or right um Well no there's no expiration date it's Not gonna expire on you really other Than it could dry out depending on your Environment it could get dry and it gets Overly dry then you know yes it's it's Gonna deteriorate in quality Um just because the biology that's Living in there needs moisture healthy Soil needs moisture and oxygen along With everything else that's in your Compost so you wouldn't want to let it Dry out uh it would take a a nice size Pile a long time to do that Um and otherwise you know too much rain Could Leach it and so you could have Some things that are going to slow it Down and damage it I guess but it's not Really going to expire and Um if you're growing very much food your Problem's going to be getting enough not Worrying about not using it right yeah Yeah it's yeah it's always hard to get The amount of compost that would be Great