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Do chicken and turkey compost count as 2?

Post  elliephant on Sat 11 Aug 2012 - 14:27

Ventured out to my 2 local nurseries this afternoon. 105 degrees and 30% humidity, but they close at 6pm, and mornings have been too busy to make it out there, so I finally broke down and went.

Anyway, one place now has turkey compost. I've already been getting chicken compost from the other place. Do you think turkey compost counts as a second, or would it be too similar.

Anyone use turkey compost before?

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Re: Do chicken and turkey compost count as 2?

Post  walshevak on Sat 11 Aug 2012 - 16:32

The Aboreatum/County Extension near my son's house runs a demonstration garden of raised beds. They use a mix of turkey compost and peat mix. So turkey is good.

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