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Old September 18, 2018   #4
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Location: Newfoundland, Canada
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Math! I love it! (as long as someone else figures it out...)
I've been using bone meal in the planting hole for my garlic. We tend to acidic conditions here so the extra calcium is a plus. The bone meal is 10-14-0, I have no idea how my little jigger works out in pounds per acre though.

I really like the dried chicken manure products that have been available here the last few years. Very handy and a nice balanced fert to dig in overall the bed. We don't see alfalfa pellets here, too far from the source I guess. So I have nothing to add about that.
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