Last Updated on January 22, 2022 by Sam
This question is not about soil, but you probably want to know how long potting soil lasts. You can find out the answer by visiting your local garden center or other gardening store and asking them for tips on care of different types of plants.
Potting soil can be stored for a long time, and it is important to know how to store it. The “how to store potting soil” article will help you out.
Can I compost old potting soil?
A: Yes, you can compost old potting soil. However, it is important to make sure that the potting soil is not too wet or too dry before composting it. If the potting soil is too wet, it will take longer for the decomposition process to happen and if its too dry, there may be a risk of mold forming.
Potting soil is a mixture of sand, peat, vermiculite, perlite and fertilizer. It’s used to grow plants in containers. The life of potting soil depends on how long it has been stored. Reference: how to rehydrate potting soil.
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