“If it rots, compost it.” said Catherine Scott, Penn State Master Gardener as she explained that there were some important exceptions. Composting meat or protein is a bad idea because it draws critters, smells, and brings flies. But, in the quest to get enough brown in your compost, consider composting paper products and even hair. I’ve heard that you can even compost dryer lint.
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