rainbowgardener wrote:Weird! I wrote a response to this yesterday, which seems to have just disappeared!
Mwa ha ha ha [diabolical laughter]
All I've heard is that bedding of urine soaked wood shavings mixed with horse manure is a great mix. If you think things are too woody probably the most handy dandy thing about is grass clippings.
If your woody stuff is just partially composted I don't believe it is a nitrogen draft problem. Non-issue if applied as mulch.
I end up with a lot of citrus. It gets mitigated with all kinds of junk. Haven't noticed a problem.
List of ingredients - grass clippings high on the nitrogen and saw dust at the opposite end of the spectrum. Compare with what you have on hand which if it isn't grass clippings or saw dust is probably somewhere in between.