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 by: Thank you, Martha - Thu, 19 Aug 2021 00:15 UTC

Any estimates as to how long it might take some gnarly rose thorns to decompose? A year? 6 months? Never:\

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 by: David E. Ross - Thu, 19 Aug 2021 01:50 UTC

On 8/18/2021 5:15 PM, Thank you wrote:
> Any estimates as to how long it might take some gnarly rose thorns to decompose? A year? 6 months? Never:\
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Thorns are quite woody and will take at least as long as a piece of dry
wood. I never put rose prunings into my compost.

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 by: songbird - Thu, 19 Aug 2021 13:42 UTC

Thank you Martha wrote:
> Any estimates as to how long it might take some gnarly rose thorns to decompose? A year? 6 months? Never:\

varies based upon soil moisture and other factors.

several years. i always bury any rose trimmings deeply
enough that it isn't a problem.

songbird


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