All kinds of vegetable and fruit peels are a great addition to your compost pile. This guide is about composting citrus peels.
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Hardiness Zone: 6a
Peggy from Chillicothe, OH
You can successfully compost all types of fruit and vegetable peelings from the kitchen. Meat scraps, dairy products, and high-fat foods like salad dressings and peanut butter can be composted too, but it is generally better to avoid them. They produce a rancid smell when decomposing that repels neighbors and attracts animals.
To speed up decomposition, food scraps should be chopped or cut up into small pieces and eggshells crushed. Here are some examples of items that can be composted. Some of them may surprise you:
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