Composting Update :: Pumpkins Make a Pile Smile

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November is a great time for composting – the sudden influx of pumpkins and leaves will make your backyard pile a happy place. If you’ve been wanting to start a compost pile, now is definitely the time.

It’s like you can actually take Fall and stuff it in your pile! Take those pumpkins, break them up, and fold them in. Rake your yard before you mow, and toss all that goodness in. Edge your yard and gardens, and toss the trimmings in. Clean the Summer out of your garden, and throw it on. If you’re going big, ask some neighbors for their pumpkins and leaves. Our pile was looking very happy after Halloween. Happy composting!

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13 Responses to “Composting Update :: Pumpkins Make a Pile Smile”

  1. 1 Cassandra D. Everhart

    I enjoyed reading your article and agree on many points. tree pruning

  2. 2 Outdoor Kitchen Contractor Greenville SC

    Great to see some great individuals in SC making use of their old Halloween pumpkins. I can’t tell you how many pumpkins I’ve seen left to rot on a porch or deck in greenville. Can’t think of a better use of these in November.

  3. 3 John

    Composting should be done by everyone!

  4. 4 control

    We have also discovered this since last year. Pumpkins are really good fertilizers!

  5. 5

    I deeply agree with composting. It’s very valuable nutrients for other vegetables or any plants. This is very valuable information as well. Thanks for this.

  6. 6

    Hey, this is such a great one.

  7. 7 learn more

    Each food industries must have their own compost like this.

  8. 8

    A great idea of composting pumpkins. It should be agreed upon by anyone. It helps us preserve the ecosystem.

  9. 9

    Thank you very much for this useful and educational article. Keep it up!

  10. 10

    Thank you for sharing this informative article. Keep posting!

  11. 11

    A great website with lots of valuable information.

  12. 12

    Brilliant, just awesome

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