There's much to be gained from recycling organic wastes. While gardeners appreciate them in the veggie patch, at the global scale, compost has the power to boost food production and mitigate climate change.
The ancient technology of composting uses microbes to convert diverse organic wastes into more stable organic matter. Used with scientific precision in modern contexts, compost can improve soil fertility, raise crop yield and reduce our greenhouse footprint.
Join us as UQ's Professor Susanne Schmidt explores research investigating the power of compost.