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  1. David Miller 480 Community Answer

    Most leaves should be fine for composting. Once they break down into a rich soil, this soil can be turned into your garden. Usually you can turn leaves into the garden as well. Do this in the fall and the earthworms and bacteria will help break them down. I do know that walnut leaves cointain some checmicals that inhibit plant growth. The trees do this so that where the leaves fall, it gives their own seeds a head start. These should be composted before being put in the garden.

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