We just had our first snow that stayed for over 24 hours and it was pretty nice out for early December, So I took part of my day off and waged the yearly battle with the ever-encroaching poison ivy vines. Is it okay to feed this stuff to one of my low maintenance pets (compost piles)?
Every year I face the same dilemma: can't burn it; can't leave it in a pile because it seems to regenerate from the pile; can't add it to the brush pile because I don't want to mess with it later ....
Was thinking of ways around the annual solution of clipping the stuff short enough to stuff into heavy duty black plastic bags, hitting it with 'round up' and eventually disposing of it.
If I can compost it, it saves a lot of other-than-optimal choices, What is the best option?