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Chicken Manure additive for Sunflower crop

We are relatively new to farming.  Soil testing says we need phosphorus and potassium for sunflower crop.We found a source for chicken manure.Questions are:1)  Is chicken manure a good additive to…Continue

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Chicken Manure additive for Sunflower crop

We are relatively new to farming.  Soil testing says we need phosphorus and potassium for sunflower crop.We found a source for chicken manure.Questions are:1)  Is chicken manure a good additive to improve the soil?2)  How much do we add for a 15 acre field?  How many yards?3)  Source is selling at $10/yard picked up.  Is that a good price for eastern ontario?See More
Jul 10, 2015
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