Should I use this soil?

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  1. Northerner

    Northerner Mean Bean

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    I think the answer to this is yes, but I'll throw it out there anyway. I'll be cleaning up the garden in the near future. I have a spot next to my garage that is un-usable. There are a few trees in there that and weeds were overgrown for years. I've used round up to clear the area of vegetation. Now the ground I wouldn't consider it dirt. Years of decayed leaves and vegetation jve created this soft peat surface. Im assuming this would be a good aged compost that I could spread out on my garden bed. Just needing some reassurance beore I go hauling it around. thanks
     
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  3. mart

    mart Hardy Maple

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    As far as I know,, round up is not bound into soil or in this case leaf mold ! It only kills what it hits and is then taken into the root system ! I would not have a problem with using it !
     
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