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eilen Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Feb-01-09 09:29 AM
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59. How did you bury them?
I usually toss all the leaves in my compost bins and on the side garden (where perennials are --soon to change that). In the spring I take a pitchfork and shovel out the leaves and put them down around my conifers (I have a big row of them lining my back yard. But I too, have a very high clay content soil, it is crazy difficult to work with which is why I have a separate raised bed area to grow vegetables in. So, I'm wondering exactly how you bury the leaves and get the soil broken up. I'd cultivate more of my yard if I could figure out a way to do it that doesn't involve me purchasing more and more soil amendments. It adds up very fast.
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