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Re: Bark Mulch and community gardens

  • Subject: Re:[cg] Bark Mulch and community gardens
  • From: JSBMH2@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 19 Apr 2003 18:22:58 EDT

I don't have a whole lot to add to this excellent advice, but...  Pine mulch is a great additive to soil mixes and in the trade, it is accepted theory that it takes pine bark 18 months to bread down to potting soil grade.  Now this is done in huge thermal piles, and may take a bit longer even when you do it right in small piles.  Learn to do it right here-
Compost! Master Composter Home Composting

I really like Richmond, all those tall houses and neighborhood bars...
Good luck on your project.
John Herndon
Village Green Community Garden
Norman, Oklahoma

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