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13-07-09, 02:26 PM
i have a plant out side to try some methode out on, and iv left it to just start to tern yellow. just giving it water. av done a littel research and a saw some one use animal manure it a potato sack and soak it in a barrel for three days. well i live near horses and i could easly get my hands of some horse manure, but i need to no how much water to put in barrel and how much manure and if it matters because i carnt remember if it said or where i saw it, so can eney body point me in wright direction or tel me some organic nutrient methods that i can do at home with natral products. to tern my plant back to the fully nourished dark green that it should be.
19-07-09, 07:43 PM
The horse manure has to be well rotted,I don't know how old it should be but I would be careful if it is new.
Otherwise it will cause nute burn
24-07-09, 06:18 AM
Yeah definitely dry it out/age it well. Don't know too much about manure, and the nutes/minerals it has. I actually had some buffalo crap I let soak in a bucket of water for several days, and watered a few of my plants a few times with that. Didn't really keep track of the effects it had on which plants, but it definitely didn't hurt. Seems to give a boost to the plant... which sounds like what you need.
But once again proceed with caution... maybe wait for some more suggestions.
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