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Old 11-12-2013, 06:39 PM
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Here's a good pdf regarding the potential acidity/basicity of pine needles, looks like the guy did his homework. I hope it's ok to post a link.

http://www.pinestrawdirect.com/PineS...calTesting.pdf
Thanks for that link, it was very interesting. Unfortunatly it looks like in my quest for blue hydrangeas I'm actually causing the opposite of what I want by mulching with pine needles.
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FWIW I have about 500 pounds of coffee grounds on hand for use on my own lawn. Should have close to 1,000 by late March.
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