The Hastings Mail - - COMMUNITY COOKBOOK -

Both need gen­er­ous dol­lops of what­ever you can get your hands on, in or­der to grow to full po­ten­tial.

I’m us­ing sheep dung, mixed with a lit­tle wool, as it presents un­der­neath the wool­sheds we’ve been in­vited to col­lect from. The farm­ing world is rich with ma­nures of all sorts, and crutch­ings and dags from sheep are per­fect for the home gar­den – rich and eas­ily han­dled, where cow ma­nure is more awk­ward.

The ad­van­tage daggy ma­te­rial of­fers is the com­bi­na­tion of the quick hit the dung pro­vides and

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