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Composting Made Easy Help - Dallas area

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I just discovered this awesome little farm in Lewisville but need advice from all my Dallas-area gardeners!! It's run by a woman named Margaret who just started a company where she will pick up all your food scraps from your house for a small fee and then you get finished compost back for your garden. I've been looking for a way to compost in my tiny yard in Mesquite forever because I know how good it is for my plants and veggies but in all my research the options were just too much work and I didn't have the space. So I'm really excited about this but want to know if anyone else has used her services or one similar. It's called CompostHaste and she only services like 10 zip codes so this might be a long shot but figured I'd ask! I found her via this YouTube video which is why I wanted to ask around before I pulled the trigger

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I've not used it but Central Texas Gardener (local PBS program) featured an interview with a similar program.  It seems a very legit business concept.

Search "will pedal for compost" on YouTube and the episode should show up. That at least will give you a discussion that is more than just an ad.

I'm on my phone and rather than giving me a shareable link I keep opening the ap.
Happily living in the valley of the dried frogs with a few tiny ads.
paul's patreon stuff got his videos and podcasts running again!
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