How Plastic Integrates Without Disintegrating….

If you’ve been following my blog for a while then you’ll probably know that I started a vegetable patch a while back and that this organic vegetable project of mine was greatly expanded last year. I’m now co-running a vegetable patch that is actually quite substantial.

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One thing that you cannot miss if you do something like this are the plastic bits that sneak their way into your compost or those annoying remnants of broken pots,etc; that are hiding underneath the surface of the soil.

It is terrifying how difficult it is to remove this since plastic does integrate the only issue is that is doesn’t disintegrate, which leaves you with a bit of a nightmare if you seek to remove it.

Please throw your trash where it is supposed to be. 😦

This is what I found on the property where I live, it looks even worse when you walk along the countryside roads. People throw everything out of their car windows….

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This is the issue with plastic. Everything that is red in this picture should be removed. Good luck trying to clean up something like this.

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It ain’t my trash – but I’m picking it up anyway!

 

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