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Re: much too much mulch

Our MG compost project uses only straw and yard waste.  In fact the sides of 
our compost pile are made of bales of straw.  As they break down they are 
moved into the pile.  The project is located at our ag experimental station 
and the mulch is used on all the beds there.  Last spring I took all the 
straw from my winter cat shelters and just threw it around in flower beds.  
It seemed to disappear pretty quickly, and it did hold the weeds at bay while 
it was there.

zone 7
West TN

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