One big reason is the appropriate NPK ratio in it. The ratio makes it a wonderful nutrient to the soil.
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Why do you need to complement NPK in the soil? Studies show that most of the nutrients in composts have the same effect on the soil, however, nitrogen is an exception.
First, as microbes digest, much of the nitrogen becomes available slowly. Moreover, the impact of nitrogen is contingent on the proportion of carbon to nitrogen, commonly referred to as the C: N ratio. If this ratio surpasses 30:1, then the majority of the nitrogen becomes immobilized in plants for an extended period of time. Unfinished composts that contain a high proportion of C: N ratio. During decomposition, such materials consume nitrogen from the soil, causing garden plants to be deprived of the necessary nitrogen they require for growth.