Dead foliage actually contributes to soil quality. When leaves fall down and decompose, they yield organic content to the underlying soil, not to mention humic acids. This makes the soil quality better by increasing the minerals in the soil, allowing more water storage, and allowing the soil able to hold particles better, which makes this the best soil type for optimal plant growth.
Shred them up (or scoop them up) and toss them on your compost pile. it will greatly improve soil quality.
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