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Hello friends. I have a two hundred foot energy company right of way through the front of my property. I'm on their no spray list but in return I manage it myself. Along the edges they do not spray but chainsaw everything. While cleaning up along the edge I noticed a thick cover of old branches and sticks. Some oak, cedar, and pine. I do not have a chipper but this stuff looks like great mulch. I normally wouldn't use pine or cedar but most of it is so old it's falling apart. What would you do with this resource?
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We don't have cedar, but I've had no problems with fresh pine mulch.
That looks delicious! It would make great mulch for trees or larger perennials
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