cow manure

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Noun1.cow manure - cow excreta used as fertilizercow manure - cow excreta used as fertilizer  
manure - any animal or plant material used to fertilize land especially animal excreta usually with litter material
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The worms are artificially raised in a sub-stratum that usually consists of cow manure.
At the top is the Lariat which boasts features not usually associated with toting cow manure like heated leather seats, automatic climate control and cream-colored gauges.
Plants were transferred into high-phosphorus-soil field plots that were receiving either composted dairy cow manure or conventional chemical fertilizer.
5) alkaline conditions necessary for carbonate to react with magnesium in dairy cow manure, then added sodium carbonate, a cheap and readily available chemical.
Nitrogen analysis demonstrated that cow manure treatment incorporated more nitrogen into the soil and more nitrogen remained in the soil after the crops were harvested after three weeks.
I saw Miss Susie on the porch, a nosy woman in her late forties, spreading cow manure over the dirt in her garden.
Various media sources reported that during the 2000-01 legislative session, Argenziano had sent a bag of cow manure to Jodi Chase, who represents Associated Industries of Florida, "the cash cow in campaign contributions," according to Argenziano.
Then add low-nitrogen fertilizer such as well-rotted cow manure in the fall.
In a 6-month composting study, sawdust from machined softwood plywood bonded with phenol-formaldehyde resin was amended with chicken manure, cow manure, horse manure, cotton gin trash, and inorganic fertilizer.
The researchers placed fly maggots and pupae in cow manure, a known source of Cryptosporidium parvum and a favorite breeding site for flies.
Bags of cow manure can be purchased at garden and home centers.
Manure is the answer and I advise you to mulch them with a three-inch layer of well-rotted cow manure.