David Mcgowan Hicks wrote:Betsy: I would ask the gals down at drip to use my buckets for veggie scraps and coffee grounds only.
Robert: Thanks for that link! Do you know if I could use newspaper for some of the browns? I could pretty easily secure a truckload of newspaper from the local weekly rag every once in a while.
Judith Browning wrote:I avoid all colored paper, colored pasteboard (as in cracker and cereal boxes) and colored cardboard because of possible toxins in the pigments. Newspapers use soy ink but the colored pigments are not necessarily so benign. I don't want to introduce heavy metals...
Judith Browning wrote:
I always thought the "browns" in composting were literally that.
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