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Creating an ecological, closed-loop home composting system is no easy feat. But the Vego Composter's innovative design takes the food you grow, breaks down the scraps into amendments that go back into your garden for a seamless solution to reducing waste.

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Vego Garden, our parent company, has always prioritized helping gardeners grow their own produce, save money, and live sustainably. The next step was finding an efficient solution for putting food waste to good use. Now, with Vego’s Kitchen Composter, it can come full circle. Garden to table. Table to Garden.
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Vego's Kitchen Composter

Vego is dedicated to helping more families establish a smart home garden system, and this home composter helps
make an easy, closed-loop system possible. Via continuous low-temperature grinding, this device biodegrades kitchen
waste, and converts it into a nutrient rich amendment for your garden. Its design allows for one-click kitchen waste
processing, intelligent composting modes, and an innovate weight-based timing system, making composting a breeze.

Revolutionize Your Composting Experience

Discover the ultimate composting solution that takes your sustainability efforts to the next level. Vego's Composter
offers an array of advanced features, designed to meet all your composting needs seamlessly.

One-touch operation

One-Touch Operation

With one click, to free users from manually washing and drying the composter, and facilitate maintenance, which leads to convenience of use and ensures that the device is always in the best working condition.

Easy Monitoring

Easy Monitoring

The transparent lid and inner bucket light make it easy to check on the progress of your compost.

Weight-Based Processing Time

Weight-Based Processing Time

This innovative device intelligently identifies the weight of kitchen waste and automatically calculates the appropriate processing time after users select a composting mode.

Multiple modes

Multiple Modes

With multiple modes to choose from, the Vego Composter puts your food waste to good use, making it a true part of a sustainable lifestyle.

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Reduce waste without the odor, bugs, and mess of traditional composting. An easy & convenient way to kick off your compost from the comfort of your kitchen.
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Help Protect Our Planet

Discover composting's vital role in environmental conservation.

Innovative Smart Technology

Monitor the device status and composting progress in real-time through the app, making composting smarter and more convenient.

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Composter-Compatibilty: What Types of Waste Can It Process?

From food scraps to coffee filters, learn more about what you can and can't compost

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Nourishing Your Garden: A Guide to Soil Amendments

Nourishing Your Garden: A Guide to Soil Amendments

Soil amendments play a crucial role in enriching and balancing soil, providing essential nutrients, improving drainage, and promoting overall plant health. However, with a multitude of options available, selecting the right soil amendments can be overwhelming. In this guide, we'll explore various types of soil amendments and provide insights to help you choose the ones best suited for your garden's needs. Soil amendments are substances added to the soil to improve its physical properties, structure, and fertility. They can be organic or inorganic and come in various forms such as compost, manure, peat moss, perlite, vermiculite and more. Each amendment serves a specific purpose, whether it's enhancing nutrient content, adjusting pH levels or improving soil structure. Before choosing soil amendments, it's essential to understand your soil's composition and its specific requirements. Conducting a soil test is the most effective way to determine its pH levels, nutrient content, and texture. This information will guide you in selecting the appropriate amendments to address any deficiencies or imbalances. Common soil amendments and their benefits Compost: Compost is a nutrient-rich organic matter that improves soil structure, enhances moisture retention, and promotes microbial activity. It provides a balanced blend of essential nutrients and helps maintain optimal pH levels. Incorporating compost into the soil boosts fertility and supports healthy plant growth. Manure: Animal manure, such as cow, horse or poultry manure, is a valuable source of organic matter and nutrients. It enriches the soil with nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and other essential elements necessary for plant growth. However, it's crucial to use well-aged or composted manure to avoid potential weed seeds and pathogens. Peat Moss: Peat moss is a lightweight organic material that improves soil structure and water retention. It is particularly beneficial for sandy soils, helping them retain moisture and nutrients. Peat moss also slightly acidifies the soil, making it suitable for acid-loving plants like azaleas and blueberries. Perlite and Vermiculite: Perlite and vermiculite are lightweight, sterile minerals used to improve soil aeration and drainage. They prevent soil compaction and facilitate root development by creating air pockets within the soil. Perlite enhances drainage, while vermiculite improves moisture retention, making them ideal amendments for potting mixes and container gardening. Lime and Sulfur: Lime and sulfur are inorganic amendments used to adjust soil pH levels. Lime raises pH, making acidic soils more alkaline, while sulfur lowers pH, making alkaline soils more acidic. Maintaining the proper pH range is essential for nutrient availability and overall plant health. When selecting soil amendments for your garden, consider the following factors: soil type, plant requirements, environmental impact, and application methods. Different soil types have distinct characteristics and may require specific amendments. For example, clay soils benefit from amendments that improve drainage and aeration, such as compost and perlite. Sandy soils may need amendments like compost and peat moss to enhance moisture retention and fertility. Different plants have varying nutrient and pH preferences. Research the specific needs of the plants you intend to grow and choose amendments that meet those requirements. For example, acid-loving plants like rhododendrons and camellias thrive in acidic soil amended with peat moss or sulfur. Consider the environmental implications of your chosen soil amendments. Opt for organic amendments like compost and manure, which promote soil health and sustainability. Minimize the use of synthetic or chemical amendments to reduce environmental pollution and protect beneficial soil organisms. Determine the most effective application method for your chosen amendments. Some amendments, like compost and manure, can be incorporated into the soil before planting or applied as top dressing around established plants. Others, such as lime and sulfur, should be evenly distributed and thoroughly mixed into the soil. Choosing the right soil amendments is essential for maintaining healthy, productive gardens. By assessing your soil's needs, understanding the benefits of different amendments, and considering factors such as soil type, plant requirements, and environmental impact, you can make informed decisions that promote optimal soil health and plant growth. Whether you're enriching the soil with compost, adjusting pH levels with lime or sulfur, or improving drainage with perlite and vermiculite, investing in quality soil amendments is key to nurturing a thriving garden ecosystem.

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