Are boxes good to use for a garden or not
Does a garden do well when you use boxes or not
I'd imagine that they would break down into compost - but it wouldn't happen any time soon. I use black and white newspaper for compost, and the black ink is soy based, so it's all good for newspapers.
I think I'd have to research cardboard boxes a bit.
If your talking about earth boxes they work great! Easy to care, can't over water and you get lots of veggies from a small area.
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