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    • #9789

      My friend told me i can use these in my garden-have you heard of this practice?

    • #15914

      Yes, you can put them into compost pile. Any leaves act like great fertilizer.

    • #16012

      You can also add veggie scraps

    • #20992

      I also shred my newspaper and certain mail and scatter it in the yard in the winter. Gives my yard a little “snack” in the winter.

    • #44889

      Oak leaves compost really well, and they help keep oxygen in the soil which is important for composting.

    • #45365

      yes

    • #69010

      Save the planet.

    • #71201

      gud info

    • #71334

      never heard of them specifically, but it should work

    • #107236

      This is good to know! We just moved and have HUGEoak trees in our backyard!

    • #245598

      I’ve been composting leaves for years during the Fall and use the composting for Spring planting. .

    • #249464

      Great idea!

    • #272966

      Great tip.

    • #273039

      Neat!

    • #389638

      Great idea!

    • #389687

      nice

    • #396990

      Nice.

    • #396999

      cool

    • #397001

      wow

    • #437560

      Helpful tips!

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      By the way, I never heard of it, just now and I research it oak leaves they moderate soil temperatures, suppress weeds, conserve moisture, and add nutrients to the soil as they decompose. maybe, I’ll try these tips! thanks

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