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RE: Spuria Identification

  • Subject: [PHOTO] RE: [iris-photos] Spuria Identification
  • From: "Steven Hill" steven.hill@co.yakima.wa.us
  • Date: Wed, 8 Mar 2006 06:20:09 -0800
  • Thread-index: AcY75uarxnt3t0jWQKCg8xMQIHA65wG0yBLg
  • Thread-topic: [iris-photos] Spuria Identification

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I'll borrow Mr. Lacey's beautiful picture to illustrate my question. During the growing season, I  have lots of garden garbage, and can't seem to find a way to dispose of it short of taking it to the landfill. I have tried composting, but the weekly volume is too much. Does anyone have  great ideas as to how to recycle iris foliage and return it into the soil. It sounds so simple, but I can't seem to find ways to "chop or grind" up the vegetation. I am looking for all ideas, thanks.




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