Thats what I keep hearing so I must try myself.Get ready for the burn!!!!!
True about the cooking, very normal in for example India.Thats what I keep hearing so I must try myself.
Mostly because the information seems confusing.
I think the issue is with fresh manure or compost.
This has been baked in sun for 3 days on brick wall.
If I burn it it smells nice and purifies the air.
You can also cook on it or heat a house.
Thanks for the info thats great news.True about the cooking, very normal in for example India.
For outside grow i have had plants in half amount soil, half manure(old, not fresh), with earthworms in it and the plants loved it, no problems at all.
It was mixed cow, horse and goat manure.
Cheers thanks for the reply.i know from growing other stuff, that cow poop straight from the cow is too hot.........needs to be composted, for quite awhile to mellow.......veggies say "aaaayyyyyhhhhhhhaaaaa, to hot!"
Cheers thanks for the reply.
I definitely agree fresh cow poop is to hot.
But has any one tried sun baking it for 3 days first.
It turns to soil that won't burn plants.
Or so I hope.
I got some clones from a friend that are in bad shape.
He was going to throw them out.
I put them directly from the cloner to a dixy cup with straight cow poop and spring water ph 6.
They have been in these cups for just over 48 hours.
I hope to transplant to 3 gallon fabric bag in 2 weeks. Again just cow poop I might cut it with perlite and add worm castings.