beth Cromwell wrote:Hi. I am not good at getting around the computer, so I hope you don't mind my question here. I slashed my summer garden ,,, mostly pots and 2 small brick areas attached to the house...I used mushroom compost and grass clippings, banana skins, during the season to mulch, etc. So, I had 2 bags of chicken manure, with hay, that has been sitting for 3 months, I have rolled the bag about once a week or so. I just dumped it into my wheel barrow to mix it with some new dirt, and some more mushroom compost, to use for tomato cuttings, new seed starts, and revive my beds, and my moringa, avocado, and ginger plants, a lime, 2 barbados cherries proud, from seeds! and a few lemons... anyway, it has been so rainy, the manure is soaked, looks still gross, not really usable?...but it is already in the mix...can I let it sit out a few days and use it? Or is it putrid, and therefore harmful to my soil and plants? I have carried these plants to my new home, babied them, I hate to hurt them now! Thank you so much for answering me, plus, being only 6 pm, I got out of the heat, wow, I forget that August is not fall in Florida...
Oh, I also have saved seed that I wanted to plant with this dirt, maybe I should just use the coco coir I have left? simpler, maybe. Thank you, betty
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