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RE: schoolgarden advice/asphalt


Contrary to Adam, I would consider the asphalt an asset. You can edge the
rows with a groundcover that will begin creeping over it. Instead of
building up raised beds, you could get (free) slices of tree trunks as
stepping stones. By the way, in my master composting class the subject of
asphalt came up. Apparently asphalt (as opposed to concrete) breaks down
relatively easily.

Hilary of Endor in the Bronx

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