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    Choose from the largest range of best and most affordable organic manure, vermicompost, cocopeat, Epsom salt, cow dung cakes online with free delivery above Rs 150. Vermicompost is complete plant nutrition, while Epsom salt helps in fruiting, cocopeat keeps your soil moist and if you want to grow the plants in the most traditional manner, we have cow dung cakes too. For the specialized folks, we offer seaweed fertilizer, mustard cake, rose mix, perlite, and castor powder too. If you are worried about pests, you can try neem powder and neem oils. We also provide colorful stones for garden decor. Free delivery across India above Rs 150.

    Organic material formed from animal waste is called manure. It is crucial for gardening since it promotes soil structure, nutrient retention in the soil, and general plant health.

      The best types of dung typically come from herbivorous animals like cows, horses, chickens, and rabbits since they are higher in nutrients and have fewer pathogens.

        To ensure thorough decomposition, keep manure in a compost bin or heap. To aerate the pile and hasten decomposition, turn it frequently.

          Because fresh manure contains a lot of ammonia and could include pathogens, it can burn plants. The easiest way to prepare manure for use in the garden is to compost it or let it age for a while.

            Manure must be piled up and let to organically degrade over time in order to be composted. Proper aeration and decomposition are guaranteed by routine rotating.

              Manure typically takes 2 to 6 months to fully compost, depending on the type of manure and other variables like the weather.

                No, using too much manure can cause nutrient imbalances and damage to plants. Observe the prescribed rates for applying each type of manure.

                  Composted manure should be evenly applied to the soil’s surface and raked or tilled into the top several inches of soil.

                    Vegetable gardens can safely use composted manure since it lowers the danger of disease infection.

                      Yes, composted manure can be used in container gardening. However, it must be blended with other growing media to prevent nutrient excess.

                        Pests may be drawn to fresh manure, but composted manure typically isn’t.

                          Manure enriches the soil with organic matter, boosting microbial activity, nutritional content, and water retention.

                            Yes, manure improves sandy soils by increasing their ability to retain nutrients and water.

                              Manure aids in breaking up dense clay soils, enhancing their aeration and drainage.

                                Some weed seeds may be found in the manure of animals that were fed hay or straw carrying weed seeds. Most weed seeds are typically killed by proper composting.

                                  Manure that has been composted can be used as a mulch to keep the soil moist and control weed growth.

                                    Depending on the nutrient requirements of your soil, apply manure every year or as needed.

                                      Yes, there are substitutes, such compost generated from kitchen scraps, yard trash, and cover crops fertilised with green manure.

                                        Composted manure is, in fact, a crucial element of organic agriculture.