No. Raw manure contains high concentrations of nitrogen compounds such as ammonia, which can burn the plant. It’s suggested that the manure be aged for a period as long as six months or that it be hot composted so that decomposers in the compost pile help remove the harmful compounds.
Another option is to work the raw manure into the soil at the end of the growing season, so that it has a few months to decompose before you plant your spring or summer veggies.
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