Yes, compost turns organic matter into usable nutrients for plants. It is much more nutrient-rich than regular soil.
The other thing to realize about compost is that it is very rich in beneficial microbes, which are responsible for turning nutrients from inorganic to organic forms that can then absorbed by plants. They are the “life” in compost that makes it so valuable an addition to soils. Microbial activity is responsible for the releasing of Nitrogen and Phosphorus–a process called mineralization.
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