Pathogen-Free Composted Cow Manure

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Make sure to use pathogen-free manure if you are using packaged manure, check the label!

A busy day amending the soil with pathogen-free composted cow manure here at the Veggie-Bed. Over the next six weeks, we will continue to cultivate the soil blending in the manure. The manure improves soil quality while acting like a slow-release fertilizer.

Writer: Tom Myrick

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Tom Myrick

"When life kicks you in the butt, use it as energy for forward motion", Tom Myrick. I graduated from the Media Production Technology Curriculum at Tidewater Community College in 1988. Working as a professional Media Production Specialist/Photojournalist for most of my adult life, I became proficient in many aspects of multimedia production. In 2006, I completed the Master Gardener program and started attending horticulture classes at a local community college. Writing, photography, and gardening are passions of mine; altogether, a “marriage made in heaven". Having a diversified set of work skills and a lifetime of experience, I currently write for several online vegetable gardening publications and own a landscaping business. My mission is to encourage vegetable gardening throughout the world. Play in the dirt, Tom