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Article: Composting, on the not-so-grand scale
Sundownr (Bev) Wytheville, VA (Zone 6a) Sally, Excellent article on composting!
pajaritomt Los Alamos, NM (Zone 5a) Thanks for giving people without farms a method of composting. It all helps and saves the city land fill. Better build soil than add to the landfill. Great article!
HollyAnnS Dover, PA (Zone 6b) Sally, Another great article. A different idea for those of us with large hills of compost behind the barn that sometimes never get moved.
planolinda Plano, TX i stopped composting and felt guilty now throwing out all the "good stuff"---thanks for reminding me that it doesn't have to be all or nothing!
sallyg Anne Arundel,, MD (Zone 7a) Thank you all for your nice comments! I wanted to offer an alternative to the many articles on mass produced compost. One size doesn't fit all!
Kelli L.A. (Canoga Park), CA (Zone 10a) I have done this with meat that got severe freezer burn. They say not to add meat to a regular compost pile, so I just buried in the yard and deep enough that the varmints wouldn't find it. Also, when my fish die, I bury them in the garden.
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