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Some Winter Composting

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photo bucket.......
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I was gonna rake my leaves and do that as well. But we have 2 feet of SNOW on top of emPDT_Armataz_01_19.gif.

Any gardener would be wise to pay attention to ALX. He for sure has the green thumbPDT_Armataz_01_34.gif
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How long have you been keeping bees?
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I will trade you some worm poop for some honey
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Man I didn't know that composting was so hard to do. With all that racking and mixing and then chopping that makes me tried here as I sit here reading.
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200 years, that is amazing. I started a hive last year, we will see if they make through the winter.
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being a city guy that line made me laugh too hard
"i'll trade some poop for some honey" all i know is honey is quite costly at he publix, havent seen a ptice for the poop though

i'm still laughin
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Alfalfa meal huh? I will have to try that. Not having much luck here.
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It can be hard to get rid of bees once they make a good home...PDT_Armataz_01_12.gif
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