Fertilizer concerns - Knowledgebase Question

Sheboygan, Wi
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Question by dboutelle
May 2, 2010
our dirt comes up low and in need of fertilizing we add manure each year, it is always low. What do we need to do? What product, how much and how often?

Answer from NGA
May 2, 2010
If you're looking for organic fertilizers you can use, chicken manure, and feathers, for nitrogen; composted guano, and rock phosphate, for phosphates; seaweed meal for potassium; bone meal for phosphates and calcium.

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