Milk As A Fertilizer
Main Question - Posted From Luana:
I see that you used milk for fertilizer on your tomatoe plants. My husband and I have a farm where we raise all natural grass-finished beef, pastured poultry and eggs, plus we have a couple of dairy cows, as well. Our soil is very depleted from being over grazed and over chemicalized by past farmers, and we are trying to build it up organically. We use Managed Intensive Grazing techniques, plus we pasture the poultry on the fields to get their natural fertiizer out there, plus they tend to scratch apart the 'cow patties' while eating the bugs they contain. We do have about 10 to 15 gallons of extra milk each week, and have been wondering whether it would work as a liquid fertilizer. We know our soil is especially deficient in calcium, and the pH is very low (5.5). Any advice you can give us would be appreciated... Thanks! Luana Hiebert Heritage Farms PO Box 247 Cocolalla, ID 83813
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