Re: buying compost
- From: "rupert" <noreplyhereplease@xxxxxx>
- Date: Fri, 20 Nov 2009 09:11:10 -0000
"Janet Tweedy" <jan@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message news:KUE2BYQdxeBLFweq@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
In article <F-ednYpgR_-0gJjWnZ2dnUVZ7vmdnZ2d@xxxxxx>, Graham Harrison <edward.harrison1@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writesSlightly O/T investigate your local tip!
Not a chance!! I know what goes into the compost as i put it there:) Ground elder, horsetail, etc etc. Weeds that never die!! And what about pathogens?
You beat me to it Janet. You can get compost that is certified as fit for use but it seems many Councils are not prepared to implement the processes required to get certification. The compost produced locally by our Council is partly used in local parks and gardens where at least any potential outbreak of the dreaded lurgy could be controlled unlike spreading the stuff amongst several thousand households.
I think I've mentioned it before but the green bags of waste around here contain garden waste which includes cans, crisp packets, nappies, dog and cat poo, plant pots etc.--in fact they contain anything that might be found in a Garden.
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