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Old August 28th, 2013, 01:37 PM   #14
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Originally Posted by kickstand View Post
mulch em until they start coming down too thick, then rake them up and burn them, and of course fill the garden with some for composting.
Sounds just like my plan.

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For five years I had some weird maple tree disease. The leaves would turn brown with a weird fungus. I read online that this comes back because I was mulching the leaves. Now I fill the lawn sweeper, dump the leaves in the back yard compost area. The fungus / disease never came back.
I'm started my compost heap pile this spring. I can't believe how huge it is over the course of half a year. Leaves will substantially increase it.

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Blow them into the neighbor on the east of your houses yard and blame it on the wind.
Before I put up a fence to contain my dogs and to keep out deer, the wind did the work for me, blowing it over to my neighbor and the furthrt into wetlands area. But n ow I haz a fence.
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