Tree Trimmings

Compost

Updated on March 11, 2018

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Instructions

Cut to less than 4 feet long and 6 inches wide.

Alternatives

Consider starting your own compost, and use it as a natural, slow-release fertilizer to grow your own plants. Be aware that pine bark is naturally acidic, and over time that acidity can transfer to the soil. Many garden plants grow best in neutral or alkaline soils. Acidic soil conditions suit only certain plants.

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Facts

Commercial composting operations will 'chip' the branches into small pieces which will compost in their industrial piles.

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