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Improve Soil Using Manure

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Noelle Johnson Landscape Consulting added this to The Poop Scoop: Enrich Your Soil With Good Old Manure
Potential problems. Manures do contain salts, which can build up in your soil. Plants will struggle to grow in soils with high salt levels. If you live in an arid region, where soils tend to be high in salts, a soil test can determine if your soil has high levels of salts. If the levels are above 3 (mmhos/cm) then it is best not to use manure in your garden.

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goodwitch added this to Goodwitch's Garden
May 21, 2013
Amendments - MANURE
nonapbobb added this to nonapbobb's ideas
May 20, 2013
Good tip I didn't know aboit !
mustangladygmt added this to mustangladygmt's ideas
May 19, 2013
Manures do contain salts and can built up in soil. Test and if above 3 (mmhos/sm) it is best not to use manure in your garden
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