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  • rickngentilly

    is it spring up there yet? hope yall are well.

    May 07, 2013
    • Meleah

      Hey Rick,
      Spring is finally here too after the longest winter, ever! Thanks for the birthday wishes, too!

      May 14, 2013
  • I was just wondering that while putting our town compost on my raised beds this Spring. How do I know what the town picks up (leaves) along the roads is safe after composting? What if homeowners had used pesticides and herbicides – will it find its way into the curbside and hence the Town compost? Hmmm!

    May 25, 2013
    • Meleah

      Hi Jayne,
      Thanks for your note. That’s a good question. From what I’ve learned, it seems that the best way to find out is to call the composting place and ask them what, if any, kind of testing they do on their compost. Some places test to see if compost meets certain standards, such as use on food crops, others don’t do any testing at all. If no testing is being done, you might want to avoid using the compost of edibles. If you use it on plants and you’re concerned about residual herbicides, try a small area of your garden first to be sure everything is okay. I hope this helps.

      May 27, 2013

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