Should I compost fallen apples?

Should you add all of your fallen apples to the compost heap? Find out, in this Quick Tips video.

Fallen apples can be a welcome addition to your compost heap. But should you compost all of them? Kate Bradbury, BBC Gardeners' World Magazine, explains, in our Quick Tips video.

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