Jade Crowley wrote:hello everyone! I am new here and I am hoping you can help me, I have been trying to grow a garden for 6 years now and this is the first year I have ever had anything produce, so that's great but I'm scared to eat it. Last year sometime I saw an article somewhere that said rabbit manure was great for gardens and could be applied without composting and would not hurt your garden. So I moved my hutches over to my garden area and let them sit there for 6-9 months. 2 months before I planted I went and raked out the manure and spread it all over my garden area and tilled it in, then I moved the rabbit hutches a month before I planted and tilled it all in again, well one hutch stayed but I didn't plant anything directly on that section and I tilled it all in when I planted. Ok so then I planted my garden and to my surprise it actually was growing. But then I read that you aren't supposed to plant on any manure that's not fully composted. So now I have tomatoes coming ripe by the bucketful, cucumbers are producing enough that I could start making a few jars of pickles and the peppers are about to change color but I am scared to eat any of it. Is it safe to eat? What should I do? Thanks!