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does this sound good?

Discussion in 'Organic Lawn Care' started by Turfrific, Nov 5, 2008.

  1. Turfrific

    Turfrific LawnSite Member
    Posts: 180

    “In Glennallen where -60 F degree temperatures are common December through February, try mulching with tundra moss. In the spring, add it to the compost heap or burn some of it--mosquitoes hate it. ”
    -Tom Thompson, Glennallen

    “In Cordova, cold soils, a general absence of heat & a total lack of topsoil has encouraged this me to search for new ways to compost. I make soil from composted peat, glacial sand & silt, old sawdust, vermiculite, etc.”
    -Ruth Fairall, Cordova
  2. treegal1

    treegal1 LawnSite Gold Member
    Posts: 3,911

  3. growingdeeprootsorganicly

    growingdeeprootsorganicly LawnSite Senior Member
    Posts: 766

    not sure what ur asking?what is the question?

    peat is a good material but as tree pointed out peat bogs are raped for the peat harvest
  4. Turfrific

    Turfrific LawnSite Member
    Posts: 180

    i was thinking would help thin out what mesquitos i have.
  5. Kiril

    Kiril LawnSite Fanatic
    Posts: 18,308

    There are better ways of doing it .... one would be removing any available breeding habitat.

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