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If MM or Compost is left out to dry, will nutrients be lost as a result? For example, I purchased a bag of MM over a year ago. Will it have the same amount of nutrients in it as the day it was bagged?
I watched this and cried. Poor little thing http://www.godvine.com/One-of-the-Most-Heartbreaking-and-Beautiful-Dog-Rescues-Ever-939.html
This clip is amazing, and it has a happy ending!! http://www.godvine.com/Mommy-Elephant-Rescues-her-Baby-Stuck-in-a-Pit-1144.html
I couldn't fine anything about this or i just didn't look far enough into the Topics but here it goes: Whats the Pro and Cons of getting a husky from one of the those? What should i look for in husky? What would be a Red flagged when it comes to gettin
So the new SFG method says we don't need fertilizer, right? Because the compost has all the nutrients we need, right? But the composts that I see all have NPK values of, say, 1-1-1 or even 0.5-0.5-0.5. And as far as I know, the vermiculite and the