When I eat food and there are left overs (little bits of steak or banana peals ect) could I just Bury them in the garden to be absorbed?
- bondLv 74 months ago
Sure, possum, skunks, and racoons will love your yard.
- 4 months ago
It isn't a good idea to do this with meat leftovers as the bacteria and diseases which grow upon meat are far more likely to come back and bite you in the *** at a later point in time.
- EvaLv 44 months ago
You can compost non-meat leftovers. Just burying them in the garden won't do it.
- JetDocLv 74 months ago
Vegetable matter like banana peels, potato skins or lettuce leaves can go into a compost heap and will naturally break down to a nice fertilizer for your plants. Meat products will attract undesirable animals and insects and shouldn't be left in the garden.
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- Markus ImhofLv 74 months ago
It's called a compost heap.
But: if ouy put meat or cooked foods on it, be prepared for rats and similar animals wanting to partake of your offerings. In some environments, this may not be easily tolerated.