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Re: Composting citrus

What a great idea...would make super compost and super fast as the
finer you grind the ingredients, the better a compost pile heats up. 
Now, where could I put one of those and how could I get it hooked up
and hmmmmm.......

Marge Talt, zone 7 Maryland
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> From: Tricia <pdickson@nts-online.net>
> I have a friend who puts everything through a grinder... that would
be great
> for fruit rinds.  This guy had a sink outside that was fitted with
a food
> disposal and just kept a bucket underneath.  He raised red wiggler
worms so
> he ground up everything.  Wonderful compost!
> Patricia

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