Are Dead Bugs Good for Soil?

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"Would you be convinced if I told you that bugs are literally beneficial to soils? Well, perhaps not all the time, but dead bugs in garden soil actually save the day."

"Dead bugs are good for soil. They are said to be an accelerator of plant growth  in the gardens."

"...we already know that organic matter of all types decomposes nicely to improve soil health, dead bugs are no different."

Benefits of Leaving Dead Bugs  in the Soil

"It makes sense that bugs that live in the soil also die there and, so, are the most common type of dead bugs found."

Examples of Dead Bugs  Found in Soil

"Decomposition is the process by which dead organic substances are broken down into simpler organic or inorganic matter such as water, carbon dioxide, simple sugars and mineral salts."

Decomposition of Bugs in Soil

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