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Better Use Of Ash etc

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Now here’s a thought, all the ash what to do with it or just bin it, well plastic bag issue got me thinks

Lump wood, bricks, leaves, chunks of general wood etc all the normal leftovers

I run all through a colander, and a bit of ash, maybe ½ a teacup and very small black chippings, guess could run that through a fine sieve to catch these bits, and reuse what I can

What to do with it, any ideas?

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same, i just throw mine on the fruit trees, supposed to be really good for rhubarb also. oh wait i think that was the soot of the coal fire as the old  gentleman next door used to ask me for the soot to put on his rhubarb and it grew really good! 

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sounds good and the answer, thank you everyone

out of interest on the grass any good

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14 hours ago, Tez said:

same, i just throw mine on the fruit trees, supposed to be really good for rhubarb also. oh wait i think that was the soot of the coal fire as the old  gentleman next door used to ask me for the soot to put on his rhubarb and it grew really good! 

I put horse poo on my rhubarb? Or custard, you can work out the best time to use either im sure 👍👍

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13 hours ago, Colin39 said:

I put horse poo on my rhubarb? Or custard, you can work out the best time to use either im sure 👍👍

Yea lol, dont wanna get that the wrong way round!

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