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Re: Sawdust

DANA:  Hello and good wishes for the spring.  Most people say that sawdust is
valuable once it has aged. It takes a lot of nitrogen to decompose fresh
sawdust. so it is best aged before spreading on beds, - or used on paths. The
kind of wood makes a difference also. (Walnut is one that might be
dangerous.)  Lloyd Zurbrigg Durham NC  Zone 7.5

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