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Old May 21, 2016   #6
Tracydr
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Join Date: May 2011
Location: Laurinburg, North Carolina, zone 7
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Originally Posted by Durgan View Post
In my area they are probably a variety of chopped trees, but mostly deciduous. I would take anything as long as the chips are of a relatively small size. I also prefer those that have ben composed for a year, but see nothing with even fresh ones, since they are used primarily for a cover. I am a great believer in their use. Mine cost $10.00 a cubic yard.
I get a trailer that holds 19 cubic yards I think. I pay $40 a trailer load. I can get small,like a dust/small shavings or a larger chip like yours. It is freshly milled but I doubt that should hurt since it will be on top for the entire season. In fact,I could even leave it on top and just do no-till, depending on how it all looks.
I start lugging wheelbarrow loads tomorrow.
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