Mike Barkley wrote:The point being ... no one is an island. A little cooperation with friends & neighbors make the task easier for everyone involved.
Douglas Alpenstock wrote:I would only add the small observation that Earth herself, this ball of rock with a skin of seething life, is not a closed system either. We depend on our co-planet moon as a pendulum that regulates our rotation, and a fickle ball of thermonuclear gas that keeps us warm and may fry our clever inventions when, you know, the star(s) align. So, to my mind, any subsystem of this big system is fated to be un-closed by definition.
Douglas Alpenstock wrote:But that doesn't stop us from trying. :-)
s. lowe wrote:
Leigh Tate wrote: My two big no-nos are weeds with seeds and wiregrass (invasive Bermuda grass). Those things never go into the compost.
What do you do with those things? What does anyone do with those noxious invasive rhizomes?
Currently I live in a rental that comes.with bi weekly yard waste that goes to the municipal.compost operation. I throw all my bind weed and Himalayan blackberry cuttings in there.