The Q&A Archives: Cranberries As Fertilizer

Question: I have access to a fair amount of cranberries. Can cranberries be used as a successful fertilzer? Mequon soil is a heavy clay.

Answer: Cranberries could be used as an ingredient of compost and then applied as a soil amendment in composted form. You might want to check with your county extension (238-8288)as well, about any special considerations with regard to using them in compost or as a soil amendment.

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