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    horse shit?

    well i own horses so i have easy acess to tons and tons of horse shit. i've been using very composted horse shit for my plant. do you guys think this is a good choise of soil?
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    Very composted, very good.

    Mix it with perlite and some regular potting soil.

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    mix it by hand

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    Just make sure you are using aged stuff or it may be to hot for your plants.

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    Nightprowler are you using it indoors? Horse shit is excellent, I've known one guy...., ,, that I know,... , that goes for horse shit other everything else, something about it being less concentrated and very hard to burn young plants with. All I know is that fresh horse shit outdoors should take at least six months until most of its organic properties become properly available to the plants, you should mix it with some other soil light in nutrients and wait. I don't think it would do much good going straight from the horses ass to the pot.

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