Tim Malacarne wrote:
Say, you know the low effort, low impact method would be to let it rot, right? The chipper would only speed the natural process, and if you've got the room and don't mind the appearance, the natural rotting is my choice. Don't get me wrong, I'd love to have a chipper/shredder, but I can't justify the expense to merely hurry things along. If space were at a premium, that'd be a different story... Just my 2 cents, good luck to you, pardner! Best, TM
Tim Malacarne wrote:Oh and Jennifer, those are nice photos! Best, TM
Jennifer Wadsworth wrote:Question: As I recall, this is in a Mediterranean climate - do you get enough moisture over the course of a year so that these WILL decompose? I know if I left wood around like that here in the hot desert - well, I'd still have it years and years later. There's not enough moisture in the air, soil or falling from the sky here to decompose large woody sticks - they just desiccate.