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Hi NewBiz , I’m also interested in some and can collect this weekend?

 

New user, so it won’t let me DM till I’ve posted 3 times

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Likewise, wondering if there is any manure still available please?

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3 hours ago, Mrlinston said:

Hi NewBiz , I’m also interested in some and can collect this weekend?

 

New user, so it won’t let me DM till I’ve posted 3 times

Make a few more posts, then pm me your number, and I'll arrange a time no problem.

 

Cheers

 

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Does anyone have a surplus of well rotted horse  manure please? 

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I still have a very large amount of manure I'm at Thurgoland free for collection if any one is interested 

On 09/07/2019 at 09:07, chegush said:

Does anyone have a surplus of well rotted horse  manure please? 

I have some for collection in at Thurgoland 

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On 09/07/2019 at 09:07, chegush said:

Does anyone have a surplus of well rotted horse  manure please? 

Yes I have some in Loxley S6, free to collect

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Posted (edited)

 

A warning to people who use horse manure.

Please read the link.

People who have horses and buy in their hay may have no idea of the problems aminopyralid causes.

This does not affect the horses, it only affects growers using the manure and bedding from the stables.

 

I would suggest that before using manure check it by growing two or three broad beans in pots with the manure in and as a test sow the same in good compost and compare the results.

 Aminopyralid distorts, curls and retards growth

 

 

https://www.theguardian.com/environment/georgemonbiot/2011/jul/15/vegetables-disease-aminopyralid-pesticide

Edited by Thorpist

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Hi

Do you think that the big DIY shops use horse manure in their compost as I have had issues with my Tomatoe plants and do look like the picture in the link 

Ta

 

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