Everyday Gardener

Meleah is a longtime journalist and garden writer. She is out with a new book, co-authored with Jeff Gillman: "Decoding Gardening Advice: The Science Behind the 100 Most Common Recommendations."

Aug 12, 2014

It’s nice when something gross turns out to be useful (like how sheep sweat, lanolin, makes chewing gum softer.) So I’m happy to report, in answer to a reader’s question some time ago, that, yes, Eurasian milfoil harvested from area lakes can be used in helpful ways, including as a soil amendment, fertilizer and even mulch. 

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