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Soil and Composting: "Smart Pills" on perennial beds?

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Terry

Terry
Murfreesboro, TN
(Zone 7a)


October 11, 2001
7:06 PM

Post #15780

I have a shade garden surrounding a large oak tree. As the leaves come down, I'm letting them drift onto the flower beds in this area; they are filled mostly with perennials planted this past year.

I thought I might go raid my neighbor's rabbit hutch in another month or so - with permission of course :) and help myself to the rabbit droppings.

I was thinking about spreading a very thin layer of this manure over the leaves after the perennials go dormant. Good idea or bad?
Sis

October 11, 2001
7:28 PM

Post #144728

I would'
Ivey
Lyles, TN

October 13, 2001
6:25 PM

Post #145970

Vols~ Rabbit manure has been digested twice, so it is very mild. It can even be put around plants during the growing season as a side dressing.

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