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Adding Organic Fertilizer to Your Garden

In the comments of my last gardening post I got some advice to add some organic fertilizer, in the form of rabbit poop, which we have plenty of, to my garden.

I dug some shallow trenches between my slow growing plants and shoveled the… er, fertilizer in before covering it up and watering it well.

Hopefully, that will make a difference, and my plants will begin to produce like crazy in short order!

Now check out Amy’s Finer Things and Getting Freedom From Debt to see their gardens, and then go ahead and link up your gardening posts! Be sure to include a link back here so your readers can join the fun.



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Comments

  1. This is my first year gardening, and I’m in Michigan, so we’re just planting now. I’m trying Chicken poo, so we’ll see how that works! I’ve heard Rabbit poo works great!

  2. Hi, I couldn’t figure out how to put the garden picture on my site? It’s been quite awhile since I’ve done a link up and I just couldn’t remember. I did link through your name to the gardening post. I hope that’s okay?
    Julie

  3. Not only did I make a spelling mistake, but I put in the wrong name. I’m still a newbie at this link-up stuff. My post shouldn’t be entitled, “Fooo Farm Health”, but “Around the Yard!” My blog is called Food Farm Health. Sorry for any confusion… there doesn’t seem to be any way to fix mistakes once they’ve been made. Thanks for hosting.

  4. I’ve heard of others doing this. I’ve been wondering if I can take my daughter’s guinea pig droppings and add them to my composter. The litter says compostable but I don’t know if that means with the poo and liquid waste included?

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