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RE: RE: sod-to dispose or not dispose


Well- I had to move some of the sod out of the green barrel and into the
trash- which I already did.  Sorry, but I'm not fishing it out again.  I may
try this experiment next time I rip out somemore lawn, but I'm still
skeptical.  The grass to pottery clay ratio seems pretty bad in what I
ripped out, seems like it would take alot more amending than a little rotten
grass can provide to make it decent for seeds.  And, it'd need a compost bin
three times as big as I have available.  My new one I made ( which was
bigger than both barrel-style ones) is full again.- and that is without
putting sod in it!

Theresa

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of jim singer
Sent: Friday, December 27, 2002 3:31 PM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] RE: Theresa, found the perfect thing for you.....


margaret's got a good idea there. by the time the grass rots, the soil is
humus rich and great for potting or planting.


At 08:09 AM 12/27/02 -0700, you wrote:
>You're discarding sod?  Theresa, use it instead.  Turn it upside down so
>that grass rots.  What you have then is a compact chunk of soil in which
>to start seeds, then plant the whole thing.  Margaret L
>
>>Sorry- but they really annoy me when they are willing to take the time to
>>write me a little note, but won't just take the stuff with them.  Mine was
>>filled with sod I had ripped out of the lawn to make a garden bed larger.
I
>>think it must have been a replacement driver today- since they always have
>>taken it in the past.
>>
>>Theresa
>>Sac, CA zone 8-9
>>raining and very dreary here
>
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