GardenGnome
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Location: paradise,ca

horse manure

Not bad for 5 bucks
[img]https://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj565/ericmgilson/2012-02-28_12-27-25_657.jpg[/img]
They said its been there for acouple months.
[img]https://i1268.photobucket.com/albums/jj565/ericmgilson/2012-02-28_12-27-35_704.jpg[/img]
The biggest clumps are golf ball size. Is it ready to go? Can I do any thing to make it better? Its fine kinda like sawdust and dense. I was thinking of runing shovel full threw chicken wire to pull out the bigger stuff.
Gilson (Giles) Zone 7b

tomc
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I'd till it in and come back and plant inna couple weeks.
Think like a tree
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