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revised What type of weeds are these?
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Jan
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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)
Jan
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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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awarded  Popular Question
Oct
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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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revised Why is my spinach flowering and how can I prevent it?
gutenberg doesn't like hotlinking
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revised Is spent cat litter an appropriate source of nitrogen for compost?
link to toxoplasmosis, remove downplay of infection dangers
Oct
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comment Is spent cat litter an appropriate source of nitrogen for compost?
@user2962794: more dangerous indeed. I'd note that the wikipedia reference for the latent infections dates from 2013, or 2 years after the original answer. I'll remove the "probably only dangerous" qualifier and link to wikipedia
Oct
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answered Compost bins: how deep is too deep?
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accepted How to distinguish between Elaeagnus umbellata and E. multiflora?
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comment What is this small shrub with small red berries, and lanceolate, alternate entire leaves?
I posted a follow-up question here: gardening.stackexchange.com/q/14146/51 Your edit would be welcome there as an answer.