Throughout the year, Rogue Disposal & Recycling collects tons of yard debris from throughout the Rogue Valley — at the curb and at the Transfer Station. Instead of being disposed of, these leaves, grass clippings, deadheaded flowers and other organic materials are turned into rich, nutritious compost during a natural process that takes 12 to 18 months. In the end, nutrient-rich Rogue Compost is ready for local gardens, flower beds and landscaping, as well as large-scale commercial use in farms, orchards and vineyards.
All-natural Rogue Compost improves soil health by providing micronutrients for plant growth. It increases moisture retention too, which can decrease the need for watering and irrigation. And it can increase plant productivity by balancing nutrient availability with plant growth. Overall, Rogue Compost turns poor soil into plant-friendly soil that better absorbs and stores nutrients.
Learn more about Rogue Compost, where to find it, delivery and how it's made by visiting the Rogue Compost website.