Composting is an aerobic process in which microorganisms decompose organic materials, such as livestock manure, yard trimmings, and food scraps. The process reduces moisture and volume and results is a rich stable soil-like product that can be used as a soil amendment.
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- Ohio Mortality Composting Certification Course (Ohio State)
- Ohio Mortality Composting Manual (Ohio State)
- Mortality Composting: 2018 International Symposium Presentations
- NRAES-54 On-Farm Composting Handbook
- NRAES-114 Field Guide to On-Farm Composting
- NRAES-094 Composting for Municipalities
- ILSR: State of Composting in the U.S.
- Manure and Compost: Nutrient Availability (Ohio State)
- Interpreting Compost Analyses (Oregon State)
- Composting at Home (Ohio State)
- Composting in the Classroom (Ohio State)
- Composting in the Classroom: Scientific Inquiry for High School Students (Cornell University)
- Odor Management Practices for Composting Facilities (Ohio EPA)
- Controlling Composting Odors (BioCycle)