Smelly problem

PUBLISHED: 11:22 21 June 2007 | UPDATED: 12:32 04 May 2010

AS and when we run out of potato sacks to put the organic waste in, I suppose we will have to get serious about composting. As far as I can make out it s something to do with plastic bins and red spiders and produces something you put on your vegetables.

AS and when we run out of potato sacks to put the organic waste in, I suppose we will have to get serious about composting.

As far as I can make out it's something to do with plastic bins and red spiders and produces something you put on your vegetables.

The only problem I can see with this is that, what with allotments being taken away to build more empty industrial units and new houses being provided with gardens almost large enough for a cat to turn round in, where are we going to grow all these vegetables? We certainly don't need to fertilise the lawns, they're growing quickly enough as it is.


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