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Question:
I recently had my oak tree cut down because it was struck by lighting and I did not want it to fall on my house but now I am left with a large amount of the wood chips mixed with dirt. My question is, can I use it to fertilize my lawn and will grass grow if plant more grass seed in it?


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This looks like a similar question and an answer:

http://experts.about.com/q/Lawns-725/Using-wood-chips-stump.htm

Anthony R. Brach, PhD



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