Is it possibly to deny or confirm that stinging nettles is good for compost anyone? I have read somewhere that it can be utilized effectively in compost tea. If that is correct, would it be equally nutrient rich in solid compost? I am mostly concerned that it will propagate the stinging nettles when I go to use the compost as I get a strong allergic reaction to it and it does send runners which appear to be evasive.
Is this or any other plant possible to identify as a compost accelerant?