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Will compost smell?

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Will compost smell?
Answer:
It shouldn’t. The knack with compost is to give it a stir occasionally to get air into it. Unpleasant smells are usually a sign that there’s not enough oxygen in the material. Stirring breaks it up and introduces air, top to bottom. Oxygen is needed for the fungi, bacterial and bugs to break it down into a sweet, earthy smelling compost.

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