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Welcome. I have not heard of or used that product. Do you have any more details on it? If it is fully composted material and seems to be without any large chunks of uncomposted or hard wood type material it should be good for one of your sources.
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It's a local sewage plant product. They say it is certified, so I imagine it's ok. Just wondered if anyone has used a municipal sludge product and what the feeling about it was. The sewage treatment plants near you probably have something similar...
Happy gardening! Sue
Happy gardening! Sue
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