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Can the coir liners useing in hanging baskets be composted. This is the year. I'm having to reline all my flower baskets. Between 3 yrs use and birds picking bits out for their nests, I've got some pretty ratty looking pieces. Any suggestions out there.
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Sure, I don't see why not.
Since all it is is the fibers off of a coconut husk, sure! I have no idea how quickly it breaks down, but it certainly can't do any harm.
I use old chor as mulch it works great.
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