Ian Rule wrote:Same boat. Ive started using paper or wheat by-product and thats been very helpful... no part of the property enjoys smelling like ammonia soaked clay :p
However! Be careful what you use said ~soil for - cat cruds are among the most toxic, and should be treated with caution. We compost humanure and step in dog doo daily on our farm, but when the cat digs up a garden bed and makes a deposit I treat it like a toxic waste zone until I can scoop out the suspicious square foot. All my humanure research made it very clear - cats have dangerous dooks.
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