Chicken manure / Poultry manure is the feces of chickens (hens) used as an organic fertilizer, especially for soil low in nitrogen. Of all animal manures, it has the highest amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
- it has the highest amount of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.
- Farmers with farms close to poultry farms use poultry manure regularly for their crops, with good returns.
- Poultry manure is a more concentrated source of crop nutrients, especially NPK and calcium.
- Being naturally organic, it does not need composting and can be applied directly to the fields from the farm
- Simply spread the chicken manure compost evenly over the garden. Work the compost into the soil with either a shovel or a tiller.
- Chicken manure for vegetable garden fertilizing will produce excellent soil for your vegetables to grow in
- Move the composted chicken manure to the curing bin. The manure will have to cure for anywhere from 45 to 60 days before it will be ready to apply to the garden. Once the compost has decomposed and is a dark crumbly substance that smells like soil it is safe to use in the garden, even on vegetables.
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