19 NOVEMBER 1954, Page 27

Refuse Disposal

Every gardener who cultivates all his ground finds himself with the problem of refuse disposal. With most things a good compost heap serves, but hedge clippings have to be dealt with in another way. A small incinerator is a good thing to have, for it takes care of the twigs and hard fibres that are not wanted in compost. The ashes are useful too. One can, however, do what many gardeners seem to love doing, and that is to creep out and throw the rubbish over the fence. There are pills to this eltpedient as one discovers.