Be careful not to bury it too deep in the ground.

Straw can be used in the garden as a material providing valuable humus. With proper composting, you can turn it into excellent soil or spread it around the base of various plants as mulch. In addition, you can also work it directly into the soil.

Thanks to its humus content, incorporating straw helps maintain soil fertility in the long term. However, make sure that the straw is not buried too deep in the soil, because then it cannot decompose properly due to the lack of oxygen. This can also cause nitrogen deficiency in the short term, which makes fertilization necessary.

To avoid all of this, it is best not to dig the straw deeper than 25 cm.