Jordan Lowery wrote:Did you plant trees without it in the same area to compare?
Pamela Melcher wrote:What was your experience with cleaning out the containers you used for this, Burra?
Brenda Groth wrote:seems like some of you entrepeneurs out there should be able to find a way to mass produce and sell the stuff?
I haven't found mention of whether the bones need to be raw or not. Does anyone know?
Burra Maluca wrote:OK, I'm afraid I have to report the first failure. My bone sauce didn't stop the donkeys from eating a baby plum tree. The ones I planted out in the hare and wild boar area are still fine, but donkeys seem to be different.
Now I have to figure out if it was anything to do with the way I made it. Maybe I should have used raw bones, or maybe if the fire had been kept hotter.
Eric Thompson wrote:
If I had those results, I would probably switch over to donkey bones for my next batch!
Burra Maluca wrote:The ones I planted out in the hare and wild boar area are still fine, but donkeys seem to be different.
Burra Maluca wrote:I do actually have an important update to this thread.
Young cherry trees, bone sauce, and seriously hot summers do NOT mix!
All the other trees are fine, it's just the cherry trees.
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