Re: [gardeners] Re: typhoon in the garden

George Shirley (
Tue, 23 Jul 2002 10:25:38 -0500

Jellies, jams, canned nectarines for making pies later. Okay, I can think of a lot of things to do
with them. Stuff them in the A drive and send them to me Ron, I'll return some finished goods. B-)


bsk wrote:
> Well I was thinking that if you left the refuse "in" the bags ( that is if
> you had room for them all) then they could decompose in the bag and
> hopefully not attract some of those buggy thingies. Then again if the bag
> were to decompose or you had a coon or other critter come tear it open then
> it could sure be a mess.
>     Goodness just how many things can you make with nectarines? Juice and
> more juice? Marmalade?
> Ranchmama
> Okie zone 7a
> ******************
> ----- Original Message -----
> > For those of us without acreage such as yours, it would be a bug fest
> > and a bit smelly, I fear. Our compost bin is about 30 feet from the
> > house, just a safe distance, as it is usually surrounded by a swarm of
> > bugs of one sort or another.