|Home||Browns, Greens, Reds, and Beiges||The conventional wisdom has for decades taught of two categories of compostable materials - "browns" and "greens." Browns are relatively high in carbon and low in nitrogen and thus are said to have a high C/N ratio; greens usually have more carbon than nitrogen but the C/N ratio is lower.
Two colors is not enough.
There needs to be four colors. More to come soon.
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