CLEAN UP

  • Article by: CONNIE NELSON , Home + Garden Editor
  • Updated: August 23, 2009 - 3:09 PM

Our fall chore checklist has been downsized. Instead of including the 40 or 50 things you should do, we've zeroed in on the five chores you really need to do to put your yard and garden to bed. Nightie night!

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aureus84Sep. 24, 08 1:44 PM

It's great that this article talks about composting non-diseased perennials! However, it's illegal in MN to put any yard materials in the trash. For diseased plants, use a yard waste pickup service (if you have it in your area) or take those to a drop-off site. Both of these options are equipped to handle diseased plants safely and legally.

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rainbow7212Sep. 24, 08 2:18 PM

burn the deseased stuff Can you??? I do.

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BizineerSep. 24, 08 2:26 PM

I'm glad I'm not the only person to have caught the yard-waste-in-the-trash thing... Too bad the Strib has to rely on its readers to play the editor role. In the software development world, we tend to try not to have users do the product testing. Maybe the Strib should do the same? Who is John Galt?

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