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bbvdd
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Ever regret reading information on a product? Milorganite related
So, I was at Lowe’s picking up some fertilizer for my yard and saw Milorganite. Decided to pick up a couple of bags. Got home and wanted to go ahead and put out one bag. After I put it one bag (just did the front yard) I started looking at the bag.

Anyone ever read it?

It’s made from beer and cheese shite.

I shite you not. It’s the by product of the Milwaukee waste water plants

It’s literally shite.


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It’s literally shite.


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It’s literally shit


Do you not know what fertilizer is?


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tilco
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Smells like success


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Bow08tie
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Stuff does the lawn great


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Bill Parker?
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Beer cheese soup is the tits.


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b-rab2
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Yep. Good stuff


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Sidicous
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re: Ever regret reading information on a product? Milorganite related
Neighbors to the south of me have a chicken operation. Guess what they spread on the hayfield on the adjacent field.

You KNOW when they fertilized that field and are reminded for a week to ten days any time outdoors.


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You KNOW when they fertilized that field and are reminded for a week to ten days any time outdoors.

Sounds like the are putting it on hot, which is typically not a good idea with manures.


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Sounds like the are putting it on hot, which is typically not a good idea with manures.
Yeah they don't do that with their food crops, just the hayfields.

Could also be the grandkids taking over for the old man and learning the ropes.


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bbvdd
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Well, I do clean out my chicken coop and put all that in my garden before I plant it but I never thought about people poop being used.


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MoarKilometers
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re: Ever regret reading information on a product? Milorganite related
Seems more green than how they mine inorganic salts for conventional fertilizers.


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re: Ever regret reading information on a product? Milorganite related
LOL. What kind of naive child are you? What does the word MANURE mean to you? As in garden fertilizers like Black Velvet Mushrooms composts contain chicken shite. Black Kow composts are hugely based upon cow shite. And openly brag about having a far bigger content of said cow shite on the sack. And every time you wipe your arse you are directly handling human shite. Mercy. I'd advise you to stay out of your local ACE Hardware etc. And avoid considering the billions upon billions of microbes that fester in the earth's soil and your belly thriving upon shite as a necessary component of the great circle of life.


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awestruck
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re: Ever regret reading information on a product? Milorganite related
So you're worried about the shite in manure and not the heavy metals, triclosan, phthalates (...) that are routinely found in Milorganite ?


Lawn and bushes perhaps but never in my vegetable garden.


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jimdog
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LOL. Chemical fertilizers don't really contain what we commonly call salt. That (salts) nomenclature merely refers to a combo of two elements that broadly are called "salts" in a scientific nomenclature fashion.

Hate to break it too you but a microbe nor any plant life in the soil can tell the difference between nitrogen or potash or magnesium generated by an organic or a chemically made form of fertilization. They devour both. The chemical derived merely acts faster (instantly when dissolved by water) and organic is slow released. I like organic since the Microbes are drawn to it and tend to congregate around the roots of plants where you center it. But they get just as excited and feed on and pass on the organic waste that plants feed on with Standard 10-10-10 chemical. You run less risk of over fertilizing with organic since it is slow release but if your plants need instant pop only traditional chemical will do. Good rule is too use chemical getting 'em started and include and refresh with organic for the long haul.


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Ask yourself if Hank Hill would put that on his lawn.


Hank Hill, like myself, probably uses Scott's Turf Builder like God intended.


Auburntiger
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Ask yourself if Hank Hill would put that on his lawn.


Hank Hill, like myself, probably uses Scott's Turf Builder like God intended.


Untrue

Hank Hill would use a Texas based product, Hou-Actinite....



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Not enough water soluble nitrogen, and it's made in McMaynerberry, which is a deal breaker.


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But it is good shite.


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Alabama Accepts It's a Dump

What did you think Alabama did with all the human feces shipped to it from up north?


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