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Re: Leaves

In a message dated 98-10-06 18:28:54 EDT, Clyde writes:

<< find that they become slimy and do not decompose readily.Somewhat like
 leaves. >>

I had a Maple tree at my last house and when the leaves get wet they pack down
and if you leave this stuff on your lawn too long it will kill the grass,  so
I  guess there's no oxygen getting through.

I guess they'd do the same to hostas, too..

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