If it’s pine it is. Pine cat litter becomes an excellent compost. It takes about 2 weeks to completely break down, and when it does, that’s when you can use it as compost. It also saves a lot of money in the long run, so it’s definitely worth investigating if you haven’t already.
Surprisingly, yes! Because they are usually made with clays that are natural to the Earth, they contain minerals which can be good for your garden. They can also work well by removing some water if you’ve accidently drenched your plant. Just place some cat litter on top and scoop it off once the water is absorbed. For more great tips, visit the website below.
As the previous answerers have stated, natural and unused litters can be beneficial for your garden, or will at least not cause problems. But, never put used litter in your garden. Used litter contains high levels of ammonia, which will kill the plants. And the fecal matter could contaminate any plants you might potentially eat.
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