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How useful a wood chipper really is
« on: August 12, 2016, 10:30:45 pm »
Leaves are especially great Garden Shredder for composting because of their versatility; if they're dry then they'll release carbon and if they're fresh they'll release nitrogen in your compost.

The same can be said about grass clippings. Weeds can be kind of tricky but as long as you carefully inspect that none of the weeds are ready to seed and are free of any pesticides or poison, you should be set.

Other items like straw, hay, hair and even lint also make for good composting ingredients; talk about recycling!

Always keep in mind that as long as long as you include the aforementioned items and avoid the bad stuff, you'll achieve the ideal black gold soil for your garden through this fun and organic process.

The Academy Award winning Fargo is memorable for its moving performances, its dark yet humorous plot, and that scene involving a wood chipper.

Spoiler alert: Steve Buscemi's inept criminal character Carl Showalter is axed to death and jammed into a wood chipper by his partner-in-crime.

I don't know about you, but I vote that as the most inventive and gruesome use of a wood chipper ever.

Maybe it's because of this Coen brother film that wood chippers get a bad rap. Maybe many people don't know how useful a wood chipper really is.

As already stated, it's useful for chopping up murdered victims, so Mafia bosses Plastic Watering Can, better line up before they're sold out!