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George Marsh

11-20-2012 15:21:18

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When I was raising a family and had a garden, I would get all my neighbors to put their leafs in my garden. I would till the garden first. If the leafs were a foot thick in the fall, by spring there would be less than 6 inches. By the end of the summer, they were all gone. So why put them in a bio-degrader box? They decomposed in the garden, keep the ground moist, keep the weeds down, didn't have to stake the tomatoes. All I did was rake the leafs pack a little and plant the garden. I called it mimimun work gardening. Like no till.

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Bob Harvey

11-20-2012 19:53:11

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 Re: My Newest in reply to George Marsh, 11-20-2012 15:21:18  
George, the "bio-degrader box" was part of my 'tongue in cheek' comment. I grew up with , and still have a compost box/area. We put all biodegradable (sp?) stuff in it and use the compost on the garden. Only downside is Raccoons like it too. I have a reasonably priced paintball gun that discourages them somewhat, and learned lately , if you freeze the 'balls' ( come on now, the paintballs) they seem to have a better responce. HPH

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