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Original Message Horse Manure as Additive
Horsemanure is great stuff in the
garden.

BUT it really should be composted for a
year. Just pile it up and let it rot.

Haveing been involed with horses, I can
tellyou that fresh from the horse
manure will not burn a thing, Rest of
the worlds critters do.

2 problems.

1. There are a lot of undigested seeds
in horsemanure.

2. Most horse folks use sawdust or
shavings for bedding, When wood
products rot down they "Lockup"
nitrogen in the soil.

It is great stuff if composted for a
year.

Byron

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