stone said:Personally... I suggest using it as mulch. Best thing in the world to spread on top of the soil around the tomatoes!
I agree, cut off slices a couple of inches thick and lay them over the ground . Fantastic for keeping soil moist and stopping weeds.
Weeds come through the crack but they are easy to pull and you can walk in the garden without getting muddy.
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35 years old? How come it hasn't mouldered all on its own?
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