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Sun Nov 15 21:15:56 EST 1998

If you have a nitrogen fixing tree you can very heavily mulch the tree with
your soaked leaves.  Keep the leaves damp.  The nitrogen from the tress will
help to compost them.  The addition of greywater will help to keep the
mineral balance in the new compost as the microbes are hungry for these.

edward_metcalfe at yahoo.com

In article <362F74A2.30D1 at mich.com>,
  kalphal at mich.com wrote:
> Would appreciate suggestions on how to compost leaves without any way to
> grind them up. My shady garden area sadly needs more organic matter and
> oak leaves just do not break down very quickly. Hate to see the trucks
> haul leaves off to a landfill.

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