The ADAM principle is actually an acronym for four different principles that help you maintain a good compost: Aliveness, Diversity, Air, and Moisture. Aliveness and Diversity are reminders that a compost isn’t just a rubbish heap but is a diverse ecosystem full of living bacteria that are decomposing the organic matter there. Air and Moisture are two things a compost needs: a compost should be well ventilated and moist to ensure aerobic bacteria (less stinky than anaerobic bacteria) live there.
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