Most gardeners in fact, use manure as fertilizers. There are two main reasons behind this. “First, natural manures have a decided physical effect upon most soils (altogether aside from the plant food they contain); and second, plants seem to have a preference as to the form in which their food elements are served to them.” Stable manure, even fallen leaves, grass clippings, vegetable and fruit tops, roots & peels, green weeds, old pieces of fruits and vegetables, egg shells, coffee grounds, anything that will rot can be used for a compost heap that will eventually turn to organic manure as fertilizer. Some chemical fertilizers on the other hand may have negative effects on the physical condition of soil.
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