I know this is an odd idea, but I have fairly heavy ground in my field/woods. I have some soft fire wood, mostly maple, that I want to get rid of. I am thinking about digging a shallow long hole and putting the wood in there and then covering it up. I was hoping that over a year or so it would soften up and compost. Kind of like what you step on in the woods when hunting. That mushy soft ground.
Anyone see any negatives to this?