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CarolJean
central Wisconsin
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August 16, 2017 - 7:49 am

Lark, I've been trying your method of chop and drop this summer.  I've been putting the old day lilies blossoms in the beds and leaving some of the vegetable waste in the garden. I still put yard waste in my compost bin but I'm starting to make a change.  I have another question, I know to keep blighted tomato waste out of the garden and compost bin but what about pea vines with powdery mildew and cucumber vine affected with wilt? chop-and-drop.JPGImage Enlarger

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Lark
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August 17, 2017 - 7:08 pm

Looks really good Carol Jean.  I put no infected leaves in my compost pile or in the veggie garden.  Wait a minute SurprisedI no longer have a compost bin or pile.LaughIn my flower gardens I pretty much 'chop and drop' everything.  Just makes it so much easier on me.  I know you understand my 'age' thing.Smile

Dousman, Wisconsin, zone 5

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