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misty07

quick question organic

friends being forced to either confine her ponies or move them so the small paddock can be fertilized. can you fertilize on an organic farm? also i thought there were times you could use muck as a fertilizer etc
misty07

ohh and what is the thing about vets drugs for animals or an organic farm
Nick

The thing is probably quite complicated and in depth. Being more specific might be useful.
misty07

il pm you nick as could have spys as its a touchy subject
NorthernMonkeyGirl

Short answers - yes you can fertilise with artificial and organic (i.e. manure) fertilisers.
And certain vet drugs will be approved and others non-approved.

http://www.soilassociation.org/LinkClick.aspx?fileticket=l-LqUg6iIlo%3d&tabid=353
Nick

You can, but I have no idea. Smile
tahir

You can, but I have no idea. Smile


The perfect qualifications

Laughing
gregotyn

You can fertilise on an organic farm with artificial fertiliser provided it is an approved artificial fertiliser; an example of which would be, I suspect, lime in prill form, but it should be written down in some form of the 'word's' you would get when you are approved as organic.
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