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It's that time of the year when the seeds from the Chinese elm tree fall down EVERYWHERE. If I don't pick them up, I will have thousands of Chinese elm tree seedlings in the spring. When I sweep these up I dump them in my green trash can, I have this great fear they are going to be too overwhelmingly happy in my compost pile, yet I feel guilty dumping them. Has anybody had good luck putting Chinese elm tree seeds in their compost pile? The trees belong to my neighbors on my right and left.
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Have you tried nuking them in the microwave?
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