Pets and plants - Knowledgebase Question

North Chicago, Il
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Question by giannamanzel
May 2, 2010
What are safe ferts and nutrients for a yard with many dogs. I heard some plants and tree leaves are bad for dogs. I want to fert. plant grass, trees,perennials. What grasses,plants and trees are the safest for dogs

Answer from NGA
May 2, 2010
I'd use organic fertilizers - These include organic materials such as:
chicken manure, and feathers, for nitrogen;
composted guano, and rock phosphate, for phosphates;
seaweed meal for potassium;
bone meal for phosphates and calcium.

The best source of information on non-toxic plants is the ASPCA website:

You'll find a whole list of plants. Hope you find it helpful.

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