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#125809 Sep 7th, 2007 at 06:46 PM
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I know compost should be PUT in the garden, but tonight I was transplanting some plants that were crowded - figured it's going to be cool/rainy tomorrow, so less transplant shock. When I dug up some plants there was white ash in the dirt under the foilage - kinda like what my compost pile looks like when it's 'cooking'. Is this okay? My plants are healthy.


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Welcome to homemade potash. You don't need much per square foot but it is a good thing.


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