Are pine needles really good or bad for composting?
I have heard that Pine needles are good for compost.
I have also heard that they are not good for composting because of the acidity in pine needles. And the pine needles take a couple of years to break down to be helpful.
I want to understand. I have lots of pine needles in my yard.
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