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Fall leaves disposal can be a real problem for some folks who do not garden.
But for those of us who do garden, they are an excellent amendment to the soil, if shredded and tilled into the soil in fall.
Shredded leaves act like a giant sponge to retain water during dry periods and draw earthworms in large numbers, whose castings add nutrients to the soil.
Leaves contain trace amounts of various elements, mined from the sub-soil, which are essential to plant growth.
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