Plants thrive on some chemicals, particularly those in Miracle Grow.Miracle Grow is chemicals for your plants...especially the ones your gonna consume!! Go ORGANIC if your gonna store soil or compost. Start composting your food scraps and waste. Newspapers,coffee grinds,banana peels,anything but meats and cheeses. Then you have your own soil thats thriving with microorganisms and beneficial bacteria. Veggies are guaranteed to taste better too!!!!
We spread chicken manure on the hay fields around here and it works wonders.for your info...you can get a bag of pure eureua(spelling?)....46-0-0 and top dress your pasture.a 50# bag does one acre.not sure waht the price is this year.
yep..thats the one...a bag real does wonders for fields and pastures.i added a bag on my milo field last year.it really helped it.We spread chicken manure on the hay fields around here and it works wonders.
I think you are meaning Urea nitrogen fertilizer perhaps? It's tough to come by because it is the #1 catalyst component for diesel bombs like the one used in Oklahoma City. When you can find it, you gotta sign for it around here and you are limited to X number of bags depending upon availability.
You know, we used to have 100s of 1000s of acres of milo around here - where it went I do not know. Soybeans I guess, and cotton and grapes and peaches.yep..thats the one...a bag real does wonders for fields and pastures.i added a bag on my milo field last year.it really helped it.
mostly for wildlife.since it been so hot and dry here i have changed my plans on things to plant.this year i will do both sweet sorghum and milo.heres a few pics of my planting in the mtns.You know, we used to have 100s of 1000s of acres of milo around here - where it went I do not know. Soybeans I guess, and cotton and grapes and peaches.
Milo is a good crop to grow. What do you do with yours?
You've gotta be in the South somewhere. You know slaves brought the crop with them from Africa. I remember when I was a kid there were dozens of local producers of sorghum molasses down here - but you hardly ever see it anymore.
I may have to plant a little quarter acre of it and see how I do with it. It's great for making couscous and sorghum bread. Wow, things slip away from us without even realizing it some times. I've eaten sorghum floured pancakes with sorghum molasses so many times as a kid ...
I think you would be better off with a compost bin.just got done sealing 10# of miracle grow in mylar ....thoughts? this stuff makes my garden grow so well if shtf I wanna have some for sure