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Is there a problem with using Chickity Doo Doo organic fertlilizer?
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It needs to be well composted first.
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If its fresh not a good idea after a couple of weeks a lot of the pathogens die off .
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I would like to note that you can use Chickity Doo Doo fertilizer, if your vegetables need to be fed. It is not, however, considered a type of compost or a fresh manure. Read and follow the label directions for application.
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