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Old May 15, 2020   #10
brownrexx
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Ha, ha, ha JR.

Actually I called Penn State's Ag lab and discussed my soil test results a few years ago and the Director recommended the feather meal to me. I had never heard of it before either. He said that many home gardens had an excess of nutrients especially P because they keep adding so much compost. He uses feather meal personally for additional Nitrogen.

And BTW feather meal is pretty light weight!
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