Black Kow 50 lb. Composted Cow Manure is an organic soil amendment for vegetable gardens, flower beds, lawns and landscapes. Add it to the soil to promote healthy plant growth. It has a 0.5-0.5-0.5 fertilizer analysis and provides nutrients for your flowers and vegetables.
Correspondingly, what are the components of cow manure?
Cattle manure is basically made up of digested grass and grain. Cow dung is high in organic materials and rich in nutrients. It contains about 3 percent nitrogen, 2 percent phosphorus, and 1 percent potassium (3-2-1 NPK). In addition, cow manure contains high levels of ammonia and potentially dangerous pathogens.
What is composted cow manure?
Composted cow manure fertilizer makes an excellent growing medium for garden plants. When turned into compost and fed to plants and vegetables, cow manure becomes a nutrient-rich fertilizer. It can be mixed into the soil or used as top dressing. Most composting bins or piles are located within easy reach of the garden.
How long does it take to turn cow manure into compost?
The temperature inside the compost pile should remain stable at 130 to 150 degrees Fahrenheit for at least 21 days to kill potential pathogens and weed seeds. Once the manure is composted, transfer it to a curing bin. In the curing bin, it continues to decompose for another two to six months.