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Answered: How can you get rid of cut grass which is too long to mulch?

If you have the room in your yard, make a compost heap out of it. After it composts, it makes good fertilizer for yard plantings, shrubs, or trees. Adding a small amount of garden lime to the compost will reduce the odor as it composts. Best of luck.

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I think it was Darrell Lea, it is the most famous brand of Australian Licorice. I love it!

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Get an inexpensive mulch and apply black mulch dye to it.

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Long term care is assistance given to people who needs physical and emotional help over an extended period of time. They can receive assistance in carrying out their daily living activities such as in dressing, bathing, eating and toileting. This type of care can be very expensive depending on what ...
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How long are cantolopes good in the refrigerator?

A cantaloupe in the refrigerator is probably good for 4 days. Maybe it will be still edible after a week if you don't see mold, but it may get mushy and the taste will start to change.

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Sooner or later, tomorrow gets here. You can't control it, but you can leave your self the way to deal with it. That is just thinking sane and positive. If you just leave your self open to get ruined, then you ain't much of a Christian. I mean, we got a way to see what is coming, so we can learn ...