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In fact, food scraps like orange and banana peels can take up to two years to break down in the wild, meaning they’re going to be sitting alongside the trail or in a ditch by the road for a lot longer than you might think.
ONCE YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS TO FOOD YOU LEAVE OUTDOORS, YOU’LL STOP DOING ITALISHA MCDARRISJANUARY 14, 2021POPULAR SCIENCE
Ditch, or Be Ditched: to get into trouble, or to fail at what one has undertaken.
TRAMPING WITH TRAMPSJOSIAH FLYNT
Warren claimed a ditched town, octagonal in shape, measuring in perimeter one thousand three hundred and eighty-five feet.
STORIES OF OLD KENTUCKYMARTHA GRASSHAM PURCELL
Willing hands were already unhitching the horses, so that they could be taken out of the way, and the ditched engine upraised.
THE BANNER BOY SCOUTSGEORGE A. WARREN
Any garment worn close to the body gets cooty in a few weeks and has to be ditched.
A YANKEE IN THE TRENCHESR. DERBY HOLMES
The night after our arrival, and before the tents were ditched, it rained cats and dogs.
THE CAMP-LIFE OF THE THIRD REGIMENTROBERT T. KERLIN
The roads were cluttered in places with ditched motor trucks.
We had ditched the tent, to be sure, but we had badly underestimated the volume of a California downpour.
It was ditched, its unfortunate occupant being pitched headlong into a ditch at the side of the road.
THE GIRL AVIATORS' MOTOR BUTTERFLYMARGARET BURNHAM