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Using Horse Manure In The Garden - Horse Wormer Concerns???

 
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Here is a Cornell Research Paper on ivermectin.  I had a pile sit on a concrete pad for a year even after it was composted for a couple years on the farm.  Found live and fat earth worms in the pile.  My hot humid environment does tend to degrade the chemicals a lot faster.
I followed up with a bean sprout test and found the beans did great. no deformation.
Filename: ivermectin.pdf
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