Today we will be discussing onthe effects of the different macro nutrients found on the Rabbit poo to thesoil and our crops.
1) Nitrogen(N):Rabbit manure is higher in nitrogen than sheep, goat, pig, chicken, cow orhorse manure. Plants need nitrogen to produce a lush green growth. Nitrogenhelps plants grow greener and stronger helping the plant reach its fullpotential.
This is great for all thosequick growing salad greens! Great for the early growth of tomatoes, corn, andmany other vegetables.
2) Phosphorus(P): Rabbitmanure is also higher in phosphorus than the other manures. It helps with thetransformation of solar energy to chemical energy. Which in turn helps withproper plant growth.
Phosphorus also helps plantsto withstand stress. Phosphorus in the soil encourages more and bigger blossomshelping with flowering and fruiting also great for root growth.
3) Potassium(K): Potassiumhelps with fruit quality and reduction of disease plants will not grow withoutit. Plants use potassium as an enzyme to produce proteins and sugars. They alsouse potassium to control water content.
More than just the awesome NPKvalues of rabbit manure it is loaded with a host of micro-nutrients as well asorganic matter that improves soil structure, drainage, and moisture retention.
Vegetable gardens, pastures, and flower gardens all will benefit from using rabbit manure. It helps retain soil moisture and soil structure.
Rabbit manure is one of thefew fertilizers that will not burn your plants when added directly to thegarden and can be safely used on food plants.
Rabbit manure at first glancemany seem to be less powerful than commercial fertilizers but in reality, theyare better and healthier for your garden providing food and nourishment foryour plants as well as earthworms and other beneficial animals andmicroorganisms in your soil.
So why use chemical additivesthat are known to kill all soil life?
Some manures have to be agedso they do not harm your garden, Rabbit Berries can be used fresh as it is.This is also a very organic way to add nutrients back to you soil since Rabbitare herbivorous so it’s like a payback for the plant they consumed.