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    • fruitycar
    • By fruitycar 1st Jun 12, 9:21 AM
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    rhubarb leaves 1st Jun 12 at 9:21 AM
    hello,
    I've never been here before, I usually lurk on other forums.

    My question is , can I put rhubarb leaves in my compost bin ?
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    • meg72
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    Yes its perfectly safe to compost these.
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    Rot them in water to use as organic pesticide.
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    thank you, I kkinda knew they were poisonous, so wasnt sure if I could compost them.
    many thanks
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    • 1st Jun 12, 10:09 PM
    Rot them in water to use as organic pesticide.
    Originally posted by tim_n
    its all poison whether its comes from plants or a chemical works
    Freedom is the freedom to say that 2+2 = 4 (George Orwell, 1984).

    (I desire) ‘a great production that will supply all, and more than all the people can consume’,

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