COMPOSTED COW MANURE
Composted cow manure makes an excellent nutrient and microbe rich fertilizer for all your garden plants , ensuring their vigorous growth. Aged cow manure adds a generous amount of organic matter to the soil and improves its overall condition and its microbial life. It is also an excellent bioactivator for the garden waste compost heap.
Cow dung is high in organic materials and rich in nutrients. It contains about 3 percent nitrogen, 2 percent phosphorus, and 1 percent potassium (3-2-1 NPK). By mixing it into the soil, you can improve its moisture retaining capacity. Additionally, it will improve soil life and aeration, helping to break up compacted soils. It also contains beneficial bacteria, which convert nutrients into easily accessible forms so they can be slowly released without burning tender plant roots.
It can be mixed into the soil, used as top dressing or added to garden organic waste as an bioactivator of the composting process.
The use of cow manure (cow dung) in the garden is a traditional practice in many rural areas. This type of manure is not as rich in nitrogen as many other types; however, the high ammonia levels can burn plants when the fresh manure is directly applied. Composted cow manure, on the other hand, can provide numerous benefits to the garden.
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