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answered Is this compost appropriate for transplanting/repotting tomatoes?
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comment How long before fruit tree grafts begin bearing fruit?
I'm attempting grafting for the first time, so if you can give an answer that covers the time to bear for common techniques that would be great -- my decision on how to go about it will depend somewhat on what will make it happen faster.
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comment What type of weeds are these?
@AlexGuerin: you ought to change the accepted answer to yours (I'm only going to leave my answer here so that J.Musser's comment remains)
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comment What type of weeds are these?
@J.Musser: please educate me, what's the basis for your disagreement?
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comment Is it possible to recycle a Jack-o'-lantern into compost?
"Put a layer of carbon/soil over the top" - I might add that jack-o-lantern season comes at a time when we're typically raking leaves, so [ideally shredded] leaves would be a great source of carbon to mix with smashed pumpkin. As an aside, the best crop of pumpkins I ever had was a batch of volunteers in the compost pile that I allowed to grow. Those pumpkins loved growing directly in a big heap of garden compost + horse manure.
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