Manage Your Garden waste in 3 Ways

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Gardens are effective stress-busters because they bring you closer to nature. They can also serve as your daily source of exercise. Like anything else though, keeping a garden has its price. The complexity and size of your garden should depend on your willingness to invest time and effort on the accompanying waste management responsibility.
It’s not a bad idea to have your own garden at home where you can grow shrubs, small trees, and colorful flowers. You can also choose to grow your own food and have vegetable-yielding and fruit-bearing plants right in your own backyard.
However, gardens can be one of the most significant of garden waste in any community. In this article, we present 3 ways that you might want to consider.

1. Composting Of Your Garden Waste


To keep your garden aesthetically pleasing, the plants there must be pruned. You also need to remove the weeds that compete with your garden plants for nutrients. These maintenance practices lead to a significant amount of organic plant waste. Thankfully, this kind of Garden waste is highly recyclable through composting methods to compost your garden waste.
You can choose to set up your own composting site there are several resources online that provide a detail process for this. 

2. Burning

You can get rid of dried organic waste or garden waste by burning it with fire. You can set up your own makeshift incinerator so that you can collect the ashes, which you can use as organic compost. You can be a bit more practical if there are chips and twigs from bigger branches. 
Be careful with this method, as there might be communities with formal policies that regulate or prohibit burning waste in yards. Burning releases carbon dioxide, which can increase air quality in large amounts. Hence, local governments can be expected to take precautions.
Another disadvantage of burning is that it cannot be done entire year round even if your community does not have restrictions against it. During the rainy season, burning might be a challenge, as organic waste/ garden waste won’t dry up easily. 

3. Rely garbage collection system

Composting of material requires time and space that you might not have. Burning organic garden waste can help, but it has inherent risks that you might not be fully equipped to manage. Hence, you will be left with no other viable option except to rely on your community’s garden waste management system.
You will have to separate your garden waste properly and follow the collection schedule. You might want to adjust your trimming and cleaning schedule based on the collection schedule so that garden waste doesn’t sit for too long on your property. 


While you are going with the process of waste management at home for both indoor and outdoor plants I'll recommend a vertical garden tower with a composter. 

A vertical gardening system that works in an efficient way while both planting and waste management Sadabahar (Our Portable Vertical garden) is the best choice. Grab the deal within budget at Urban plants 

1 comment

  • Ganga

    Want 10 – 12 ton/month garden waste disposal system

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