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Hello friends. I have been given a chipper/shredder. I also have a lot of mimosa/silk trees. I'm aware they are nitrogen fixers so for the most part I leave them alone. What I'm wondering about is chipping them and using them for mulch, compost, or in my hugel beds. Does anyone have experience with doing anything like this.
 
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