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Old January 12, 2020   #31
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I read up on the subject and the only thing is that the family is given only a small portion of the compost. The main driver is for heat is " wood chips, alfalfa and straw" and "after a month, a corpse will yield about a cubic yard".
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Using human remains as compost wtf... Yes a decomposed body can give sustenance to a plant but do you really want to wtf. Delete this morbid thread please its offensive.
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My brain is working overtime after reading this.lI doubt if I could eat the veggies if this was used near a veggie plot. It is a bit creepy too. I ad a friend who was buried in a wicker casket though, she was very much into natural everything,however she was buried in a cemetery
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