MULCH.(NOT WOOD CHIPS)

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Rome Dodson
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MULCH.(NOT WOOD CHIPS)

Post by Rome Dodson » Wed Jul 15, 2009 10:26 am

HOW ABOUT ORDERING MORE MULCH FOR LINEING THE NORTH L/Z. RAMP. IT'S A SHAME TO JUST LET THAT TRACTOR JUST SIT THERE. . P.S. DIRT ALSO ROME

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stebbins
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Post by stebbins » Thu Sep 03, 2009 9:24 am

As long as we aren't making a fire hazard, I think this is a great idea. We need more soil in the grass, on the dirt, etc. The more real soil we have the better: Less water used to keep things green. Fewer rocks to get hurt on. Less dust where there is dirt.

But no more wood chips! *


* In all fairness, I must admit that I was a wood-chip fan before the previous fire. That's because I thought they were only laying them a few inches deep (as is required by fire code, and as they said they would do.) Silly me. I forgot human nature (laziness.) There were places where they were feet deep! Even so, the fire showed that even a thin layer isn't so good in our area. Yes, I was wrong.
Fly High; Fly Far; Fly Safe -- George

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