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#1 posted 07-18-2012 01:06 PM

Walnut around tomatoes is a no no for sure. Dust for me is no problem getting rid of. For me it’s scrap pieces in the summer (hate to burn it), people want it for kindling in the winter. I had a 4yo girl visiting me, she discovered a bucket of scraps. She dug them out and played with them for a couple of hours building things. So i sent them home with her. Still plays with them. Now i cut them up different lenghts, angles etc nothing so small they might swollow. I box them up and give them to the PARENTS, let THEM give them to their kids. May make a woodworker some day. Problem solved !

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