s. ayalp wrote:
I don't think there is a problem of available land in Washington, but here in some areas of Europe there is not enough space to dedicate a piece of land to someone for eternity. Usually in 40-50 years (max), someone else will be buried in the same location.
Judy Jackson wrote:Helen Butt: it is also in Pistachios, cashews and mangos. yes to a less extent but it is there.
Joylynn Hardesty wrote:
Helen Butt wrote:
Which plant materials contain Urushiol, Redhawk? I’ve not heard of Urushiol before.
Urushiol is the substance on plants like Poison Ivy, Poison Oak, and Sumac that causes the skin rashes in people like me. Congratulations on your impervious skin.
Bryant RedHawk wrote:
The only plant materials I never include in a compost heap are those which contain Urushiol, since this compound is very persistent, not breaking down easily, I prefer to not give myself a rash when transporting my compost from heap to garden.
Xisca Nicolas wrote:What do you think about burrying? Ok, even more work, but then we have soil! I usually have a trench in a place in the garden, that I fill and cover. Like 50-60 cms. A work all the time on the go...
Scott Foster wrote:
That would be great. I'm guessing they will start a rapid decline at the first frost.