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Fall is a good time to start composting

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University of Illinois Extension Educator Richard Hentschel discusses the merits of composting and why late summer and fall are good times to start. It is easy since all the ingredients are readily available this time of year – lawn clippings for the greens, fallen leaves for the browns, a bit of garden soil, and water from the hose. The location can be an out of the way spot in the yard or behind the garage or garden shed, yet somewhere convenient. 
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