Tag: chicken manure
Fall means organic debris becomes garden compost. But what about small spaces? Garden composting directly within planter boxes solves this issue.
Regardless of whether you plant in a cold frame outdoors or a seed tray indoors, plan on starting seeds four to six weeks before the last spring frost date.
Caring for older hens isn’t difficult, and aging chickens still eat plenty of bugs and provide lots of manure even once their laying days are done.
Planting in straw bales is easy and inexpensive. Here’s how to get started. Psst – You can also make your own bales!
The best manure for gardens is properly composted manure. It’s often called black gold, especially when it contains cow manure.
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