Using goat manure in garden beds can create the optimal growing conditions for your plants and help produce healthier plants and better crop yields. It can be used in many types of gardens, including that of flowering plants, herbs, vegetables, and fruit trees.
Goats not only produce neater pelletized droppings, but their manure doesn’t typically attract insects or burn plants as does manure from cows or horses. Goat manure can be composted or used as mulch.
Its pelleted state makes it suitable for direct applications to flower and vegetable gardens without the worry of burning plants. In addition, the pellets are easy to spread on the surface or rake/till into the topsoil.
Adding and working into the soil equal parts of goat manure, sand, and coco coir to the garden beds is another option, adding more or less manure throughout the season depending on the plants’ growth needs.
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