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Old June 3, 2019   #1
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Default Chicken Manure

I collected and composted all my chicken manure, along with the shavings, and kept it in a composter for a year to make sure it would be properly broken down. I was really looking forward to using it on my tomatoes this season. There's not a lot of it, and I had planned to put a little of this black gold in each planting hole.

Now I'm coming across some posts that don't advise using chicken manure in the planting hole.

Does anyone have any experience with this?

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