I read somewhere recently that it is okay to compost your tattie shaws/hames, even f they have blight. This was a new one on me as we don't even compost the shaws that do not have blight. Mr MB takes ours to the recycling centre where they go with other garden waste, so they don't end up in landfill. My concern would be that our compost heap is a 'cool' rather than a 'hot' one and I doubt any spores would be killed.
Has anyone heard of this and does anyone do so? I can't see Mr MB and I changing our ways after all these years but am curious.
- 27 Aug, 2010