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Re: fixing up your soil /weird fertility

In a message dated 02/26/2000 7:21:45 PM Central Standard Time, 
sussextreeinc@ce.net writes:

<< These days I use decomposed wood chips which are a by produce of my line
 of work. If you have the room most tree care companies will be glad to
 drop you a load at no cost if they are in your area.
Dan, would you only use this once it is composted?  I was wondering if one 
were to use it right away as a ground cover in the garden, or even for paths 
if we would have to worry about the possibility of spreading a disease the 
cut down tree may have had.  Your thought please.    
Ray Rodgers, Bartonville, IL, CIHS, Zone 5
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