Compost looks like a type of brown soil and is characterised by an average moisture content of less than or equal to 40%: its physical structure is consistent and its grade is variable depending on the type of refining used.

It provides the best guarantees of sanitary hygiene: the high temperatures that are reached during the composting process ensure what some define as a sort of "pasteurisation" of the product, and the elimination of any weed seeds that might be present.

It is a soil amendment product, which is rich in partially humidified organic matter and, therefore, particularly useful in improving the fertility of the land.

Due to its high content of dry matter and its physical structure, it can be easily manipulated and conveniently transported long distances.

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