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Old 04-19-2013, 03:39 PM
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Not usually putting anything else down with the organic compost to increase Nitrogen. I know there's different levels of compost. The compost I get is lab tested and very good....so I've never had a problem. I guess I could always add Milorganite Organic Nitrogen Fertilizer...but I don't see why I would want to increase growth when Winter would be near?

The organic compost is slow release of Nitrogen. It won't green up your yard over nite....but green it up in a slow, healthy, and safe way.

Never thought of it.....but I guess I could always ask the customer's if they want it.
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