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Re: Nitrogen via horse manure

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Nitrogen via horse manure
  • From: LenoraLafky@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 30 May 2002 22:42:49 EDT

We get approx. 10" rain per year; 320 days of sunshine (intense in 
July/Aug.); generally have -20 degrees but this past winter much milder.  The 
soil is VERY sandy/porous, so commercial fertilizers leach out quickly.  Only 
problem with the horse manure so far was the long horse tail hairs - which 
wound around tiller tines; looking for horses with `docked' tails...:-).
Success rate also appears best when planted late July.

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