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couldnt find anything like this on the site and thought it might come in handy

Alfalfa Pellets (3-1-2) avg release 40g/sq ft

Corn Gluten (6-0-0) avg release 15g/sq ft

Compost (1-1-1) slow release 125g/sq ft

Bird guano (10-3-1 variable) fast release 25g/sq ft

Cow manure (2-0-0 variable) avg release 60g/sq ft

Horse manure (5-2.5-6 variable) avg release 20g/sq ft

Soybean meal (6-1.5-2) avg release 20g/sq ft

Worm castings (1-0-0) slow release 150g/sq ft

Kelp (1-0.2-2) fast release 15g/sq ft

Insect manure (4-3-2) fast release 35g/sq ft

Fish emulsion (5-2-2 liquid) fast release 1ml/sq ft

Cottonseed meal (6-2-2) avg release 20g/sq ft

Bone meal (2-11-0) slow release 25g/sq ft

Blood meal (12-0-0) fast release 10g/sq ft




Alfalfa Hay: 2.45/05/2.1

Apple Fruit: 0.05/0.02/0.1

Apple Leaves: 1.0/0.15/0.4

Apple Pomace: 0.2/0.02/0.15

Apple skins(ash) : 0/3.0/11/74

Banana Residues (ash): 1.75/0.75/0.5

Barley (grain): 0/0/0.5

Barley (straw): 0/0/1.0

Basalt Rock: 0/0/1.5

Bat Guano: 5.0-8.0/4.0-5.0/1.0

Beans, garden(seed and hull): 0.25/0.08/03

Beet Wastes: 0.4/0.4/0.7-4.1

Blood meal: 15.0/0/0

Bone Black: 1.5/0/0

Bonemeal (raw): 3.3-4.1/21.0/0.2

Bonemeal (steamed): 1.6-2.5/21.0/0.2




Brewery Wastes (wet): 1.0/0.5/0.05

Buckwheat straw: 0/0/2.0

Cantaloupe Rinds (ash): 0/9.77/12.0

Castor pomace: 4.0-6.6/1.0-2.0/1.0-2.0

Cattail reeds and water lily stems: 2.0/0.8/3.4

Cattail Seed: 0.98/0.25/0.1

Cattle Manure (fresh): 0.29/0.25/0.1

Cherry Leaves: 0.6/0/0.7

Chicken Manure (fresh): 1.6/1.0-1.5/0.6-1.0

Clover: 2/0/0/0 (also contains calcium)

Cocoa Shell Dust: 1.0/1.5/1.7

Coffee Grounds: 2.0/0.36/0.67

Corn (grain): 1.65/0.65/0.4

Corn (green forage): 0.4/0.13/0.33

Corn cobs: 0/0/2.0

Corn Silage: 0.42/0/0

Cornstalks: 0.75/0/0.8

Cottonseed hulls (ash): 0/8.7/23.9

Cottonseed Meal: 7.0/2.0-3.0/1.8

Cotton Wastes (factory): 1.32/0.45/0.36

Cowpea Hay: 3.0/0/2.3

Cowpeas (green forage): 0.45/0.12/0.45

Cowpeas (seed): 3.1/1.0/1.2

Crabgrass (green): 0.66/0.19/0.71

Crabs (dried, ground): 10.0/0/0

Crabs (fresh): 5.0/3.6/0.2

Cucumber Skins (ash): 0/11.28/27.2

Dried Blood: 10.0-14.0/1.0-5.0/0

Duck Manure (fresh): 1.12/1.44/0.6

Eggs: 2.25/0.4/0.15

Eggshells: 1.19/0.38/0.14

Feathers: 15.3/0/0

Felt Wastes: 14.0/0/1.0

Field Beans (seed): 4.0/1.2/1.3

Feild Beans (shells): 1.7/0.3/1.3

Fish (dried, ground): 8.0/7.0/0

Fish Scraps (fresh): 6.5/3.75/0

Gluten Meal: 6.4/0/0

Granite Dust: 0/0/3.0-5.5

Grapefruit Skins (ash): 0/3.6/30.6

Grape Leaves: 0.45/0.1/0.4

Grape Pomace: 1.0/0.07/0.3

Grass (imature): 1.0/0/1.2

Greensand: 0/1.5/7.0

Hair: 14/0/0/0

Hoof and Horn Meal: 12.5/2.0/0

Horse Manure (fresh): 0.44/0.35/0.3

Incinerator Ash: 0.24/5.15/2.33

Kentucky Bluegrass (green): 0.66/0.19/0.71

Kentucky Bluegrass (hay): 1.2/0.4/2.0

Leather Dust: 11.0/0/0

Lemon Culls: 0.15/0.06/0.26

Lemon Skins (ash): 06.33/1.0

Lobster Refuse: 4.5/3.5/0

Milk: 0.5/0.3/0.18

Millet Hay: 1.2/0/3.2

Molasses Residue

(From alcohol manufacture): 0.7/0/5.32

Molasses Waste

(From Sugar refining): 0/0/3.0-4.0

Mud (fresh water): 1.37/0.26/0.22

Mud (harbour): 0.99/0.77/0.05

Mud (salt): 0.4.0/0

Mussels: 1.0/0.12/0.13

Nutshells: 2.5/0/0

Oak Leaves: 0.8/0.35/0.2

Oats (grain): 2.0/0.8/0.6

Oats (green fodder): 0.49/0/0

Oat straw: 0/0/1.5

Olive Pomace: 1.15/0.78/1.3

Orange Culls: 0.2/0.13/0.21

Orange Skins: 0/3.0/27.0

Oyster Shells: 0.36/0/0

Peach Leaves: 0.9/0.15/0.6

Pea forage: 1.5-2.5/0/1.4

Peanuts (seed/kernals): 3.6/0.7/0.45

Peanut Shells: 3.6/0.15/0.5

Pea Pods (ash): 0/3.0/9.0

Pea (vines): 0.25/0/0.7

Pear Leaves: 0.7/0/0.4

Pigeon manure (fresh): 4.19/2.24/1.0

Pigweed (rough): 0.6/0.1/0

Pine Needles: 0.5/0.12/0.03

Potato Skins (ash): 0/5.18/27.5

Potaote Tubers: 0.35/0.15/2.5

Potatoe Vines (dried): 0.6/0.16/1.6

Prune Refuse: 0.18/0.07/0.31

Pumpkins (fresh): 0.16/0.07/0.26

Rabbitbrush (ash): 0/0/13.04

Rabbit Manure: 2.4/1.4/0.6

Ragweed: 0.76/0.26/0

Rapeseed meal: 0/1.0=2.0/1.0=3.0

Raspberry leaves: 1.45/0/0.6

Red clover hay: 2.1/0.6/2.1

Redrop Hay: 1.2/0.35/1.0

Rock and Mussel Deposits

From Ocean: 0.22/0.09/1.78

Roses (flowers): 0.3/0.1/0.4

Rye Straw: 0/0/1.0

Salt March Hay: 1.1/0.25/0.75

Sardine Scrap: 8.0/7.1/0

Seaweed (dried): 1.1-1.5/0.75/4.9 (Seaweed is loaded with micronutrients including: Boron, Iodine, Magnesium and so on.)

Seaweed (fresh): 0.2-0.4/0/0

Sheep and Goat Manure (fresh): 0.55/0.6/0.3

Shoddy and Felt: 8.0/0/0

Shrimp Heads (dried): 7.8/4.2/0

Shrimp Wastes: 2.9/10.0/0

Siftings From Oyster Shell Mounds: 0.36/10.38/0.09

Silk Mill Wastes: 8.0/1.14/1.0

Silkworm Cocoons:10.0/1.82/1.08

Sludge: 2.0/1.9/0.3

Sludge (activated): 5.0/2.5-4.0/0.6

Smokehouse/Firepit Ash:0/0/4.96

Sorghum Straw:0/0/1.0

Soybean Hay: 1.5-3.0/0/1.2-2.3

Starfish: 1.8/0.2/0.25

String Beans (strings and stems, ash): 0/4.99/18.0

Sugar Wastes (raw): 2.0/8.0/0

Sweet Potatoes: 0.25/0.1/0.5

Swine Manure (fresh): 0.6/0.45/0.5

Tanbark Ash: 0/0.34/3.8

Tanbark Ash (spent): 0/1.75/2.0

Tankage: 3.0-11.0/2.0-5.0/0

Tea Grounds: 4.15/0.62/0.4

Timothy Hay: 1.2/0.55/1.4

Tobacco Leaves: 4.0/0.5/6.0

Tobacco Stems: 2.5-3.7/0.6-0.9/4.5-7.0

Tomatoe Fruit: 0.2/0.07/0.35..Hot compost kill seed.

Tomatoe Leaves: 0.35/0.1/0.4

Tomatoe Stalks: 0.35/0.1/0.5

Tung Oil Pumace: 6.1/0/0

Vetch Hay: 2.8/0/2.3

Waste Silt: 9.5/0/0

Wheat Bran: 2.4/2.9/1.6

Wheat (grain): 2.0/0.85/0.5

Wheat Straw: 0.5/0.15/0.8

White Clover (Green): 0.5/0.2/0.3

Winter Rye Hay: 0/0/1.0

Wood Ash: 0/1.0-2.0/6.0-10.0 (A note on Wood ash: Wood Ash can contain chemicals that could harm plants and also carcinogens so, they should be composted in moderation)

Wool Wastes: 3.5-6.0/2.0-4.0/1.0-3.5




Mud (salt): 0.4.0/0

Mussels: 1.0/0.12/0.13

Nutshells: 2.5/0/0

Oak Leaves: 0.8/0.35/0.2

Oats (grain): 2.0/0.8/0.6

Oats (green fodder): 0.49/0/0

Oat straw: 0/0/1.5

Olive Pomace: 1.15/0.78/1.3

Orange Culls: 0.2/0.13/0.21

Orange Skins: 0/3.0/27.0

Oyster Shells: 0.36/0/0

Peach Leaves: 0.9/0.15/0.6

Pea forage: 1.5-2.5/0/1.4

Peanuts (seed/kernals): 3.6/0.7/0.45

Peanut Shells: 3.6/0.15/0.5

Pea Pods (ash): 0/3.0/9.0

Pea (vines): 0.25/0/0.7

Pear Leaves: 0.7/0/0.4

Pigeon manure (fresh): 4.19/2.24/1.0

Pigweed (rough): 0.6/0.1/0

Pine Needles: 0.5/0.12/0.03

Potato Skins (ash): 0/5.18/27.5

Potaote Tubers: 0.35/0.15/2.5

Potatoe Vines (dried): 0.6/0.16/1.6

Prune Refuse: 0.18/0.07/0.31

Pumpkins (fresh): 0.16/0.07/0.26

Rabbitbrush (ash): 0/0/13.04

Rabbit Manure: 2.4/1.4/0.6

Ragweed: 0.76/0.26/0

Rapeseed meal: 0/1.0=2.0/1.0=3.0

Raspberry leaves: 1.45/0/0.6

Red clover hay: 2.1/0.6/2.1

Redrop Hay: 1.2/0.35/1.0

Rock and Mussel Deposits

From Ocean: 0.22/0.09/1.78

Roses (flowers): 0.3/0.1/0.4

Rye Straw: 0/0/1.0

Salt March Hay: 1.1/0.25/0.75

Sardine Scrap: 8.0/7.1/0

Seaweed (dried): 1.1-1.5/0.75/4.9 (Seaweed is loaded with micronutrients including: Boron, Iodine, Magnesium and so on.)

Seaweed (fresh): 0.2-0.4/0/0

Sheep and Goat Manure (fresh): 0.55/0.6/0.3

Shoddy and Felt: 8.0/0/0

Shrimp Heads (dried): 7.8/4.2/0

Shrimp Wastes: 2.9/10.0/0

Siftings From Oyster Shell Mounds: 0.36/10.38/0.09

Silk Mill Wastes: 8.0/1.14/1.0

Silkworm Cocoons:10.0/1.82/1.08

Sludge: 2.0/1.9/0.3

Sludge (activated): 5.0/2.5-4.0/0.6

Smokehouse/Firepit Ash:0/0/4.96

Sorghum Straw:0/0/1.0

Soybean Hay: 1.5-3.0/0/1.2-2.3

Starfish: 1.8/0.2/0.25

String Beans (strings and stems, ash): 0/4.99/18.0

Sugar Wastes (raw): 2.0/8.0/0

Sweet Potatoes: 0.25/0.1/0.5

Swine Manure (fresh): 0.6/0.45/0.5

Tanbark Ash: 0/0.34/3.8

Tanbark Ash (spent): 0/1.75/2.0

Tankage: 3.0-11.0/2.0-5.0/0

Tea Grounds: 4.15/0.62/0.4

Timothy Hay: 1.2/0.55/1.4

Tobacco Leaves: 4.0/0.5/6.0

Tobacco Stems: 2.5-3.7/0.6-0.9/4.5-7.0

Tomatoe Fruit: 0.2/0.07/0.35..Hot compost kill seed.

Tomatoe Leaves: 0.35/0.1/0.4

Tomatoe Stalks: 0.35/0.1/0.5

Tung Oil Pumace: 6.1/0/0

Vetch Hay: 2.8/0/2.3

Waste Silt: 9.5/0/0

Wheat Bran: 2.4/2.9/1.6

Wheat (grain): 2.0/0.85/0.5

Wheat Straw: 0.5/0.15/0.8

White Clover (Green): 0.5/0.2/0.3

Winter Rye Hay: 0/0/1.0

Wood Ash: 0/1.0-2.0/6.0-10.0 (A note on Wood ash: Wood Ash can contain chemicals that could harm plants and also carcinogens so, they should be composted in moderation)

Wool Wastes: 3.5-6.0/2.0-4.0/1.0-3.5



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Worm castings (1-0-0) slow release 150g/sq ft


Worm castings only have an NPK of 1-0-0?
What trash! Im never using that crap again lmao

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Worm castings only have an NPK of 1-0-0?
What trash! Im never using that crap again lmao


Or compost. Are you running over to buy your GH box set and bud swell.

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Or compost. Are you running over to buy your GH box set and bud swell.


Lol i would play along but i dont even know what that is lmao

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"Everything you need for your organic growing system"

http://generalhydrop...rganics/go_box/

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WOW SF!
Im going to take out a loan to get half of that right now.
Then I'll empty retirement and save up to get the rest!
This is ganna be so awesome!

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WOW SF!
Im going to take out a loan to get half of that right now.
Then I'll empty retirement and save up to get the rest!
This is ganna be so awesome!



in the past ive always read the nute companys bullshit info and thought what they say must be true... they know what theyre on about.. and now realise i would have been better off putting my money down the drain lol but since joining here and reading about organic growing now realize it is all crap and you dont need all the lastest nute formulas and latest product that claim magical results.... i wll now be concentrating on a good soil recipe and a good ACT and chuck away the ph and ec pens lol
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in the past ive always read the nute companys bullshit info and thought what they say must be true... they know what theyre on about.. and now realise i would have been better off putting my money down the drain lol but since joining here and reading about organic growing now realize it is all crap and you dont need all the lastest nute formulas and latest product that claim magical results.... i wll now be concentrating on a good soil recipe and a good ACT and chuck away the ph and ec pens lol

Good choice on going organic w89..I have no doubt you will be happy in the long run...:)
I've grown with chemicals in the past but, organics have always been my passion and no matter how experienced we are, were always learning new things that blows us away...;)

I have no problem with those that use chemicals but, you need to be more a math major than a grower...:rolleyes:

There's a lot of hype with the chemical fertilizer companies and the bottom line is all you need is a good solid 1 part base fertilizer for a healthy good yielding crop.
Plants don't need to be pushed past their limit with extra PK etc. You get the best results when you provide the essentials base nutrients and the best environment that they can thrive in.....

It just makes sense to build a great soil and let the plant decide what they want to eat and when instead of force feeding stuff into the soil that we think they need and is, of course, recommended by a nute company.....;)

Kudos on your decision.....:)

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Worm castings only have an NPK of 1-0-0?
What trash! Im never using that crap again lmao

Just goes to prove you can be taken seriously around here sometimes....;)
Anyway SD, you can send all that crappy stuff my way and be donating to a good cause at the same time...:D

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im going to be adding up and artical in the next few days i got out of one of my magazines its given me lots of great advice and i think it will help others too its quite long and i have to type it all so will take could of days as il do it in littles bits in word and add it all together but willl be worth it if i can help atleast one person like i have been helped

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Worm castings only have an NPK of 1-0-0?
What trash! Im never using that crap again lmao


Just shows how silly NPK values actually are in an organic garden.

J

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what are these reputation points i have received? how do i reply to the comments from them? and what do with them?

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reply with more rep. You dont do anything with them, they just are normally givin to one when someone else thought one helped them or the city. :cool:

lol...If admin would replace "like" with" rep" everybody would be 10 bars strong...Then what would we have to complain about...;)

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im sure people would find something to moan about lol

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Here is another list has some different items from the first

Alfalfa hay 2.45 0.5 2.1
Apple fruit 0.05 0.02 0.1
Apple leaves 1 0.15 0.35
Apple pomace 0.2 0.02 0.15
Apple skin (ash) - 3.08 11.74
Banana skin (ash) - 3.25 41.76
Banana stalk (ash) - 2.34 49.4
Barley (grain) 1.75 0.75 0.5
Bat guano 6 9 -
Bean and pod 0.25 0.08 0.3
Beet waste 0.4 0.4 3
Beet waste (root) 0.25 0.1 0.5
Blood meal 15 1.3 0.7
Bone (ground and burned) - 34.7 -
Bone meal 4 21 0.2
Brewer's grains (wet) 0.9 0.5 0.05
Brigham tea (ash) - - 5.94
Cantaloupe rind (ash) - 9.77 12.21
Castor bean pomace 5.5 2.25 1.13
Cattail reed & water lilly 2.02 0.81 3.43
Cattail seed 0.98 0.39 1.71
Chicken manure 1.63 1.54 0.85
Coal ash (anthracite) - 0.125 0.125
Coal ash (bituminous) - 0.45 0.45
Cocoa shell dust 1.04 1.49 2.71
Coffee grounds 2.08 0.32 0.28
Coffee grounds (dried) 1.99 0.36 0.67
Corn (grain) 1.65 0.65 0.4
Corn (green forage) 0.3 0.13 0.33
Corncob (ash) - - 50
Corncob (ground, charred) - - 2.01
Cotton seed 3.15 1.25 1.15
Cotton waste 1.32 0.45 0.36
Cottonseed meal 7 2.5 1.5
Cottonseed-hull (ash) - 8.7 23.93
Cow manure (fresh) 0.29 0.17 0.1
Cowpea, green forage 0.45 0.12 0.45
Cowpes, seed 3.1 1 1.2
Crab (common) 1.95 3.6 0.2
Crab (king, dried and ground) 10 0.25 0.06
Crab (king, fresh) 2.3 - -
Crabgrass 0.66 0.19 0.71
Cucumber skin (ash) - 11.28 27.2
Dog manure (fresh) 1.97 9.95 0.3
Duck manure (fresh) 1.12 1.44 0.49
Egg 2.25 0.4 0.15
Eggshell 1.19 0.38 0.14
Eggshell (burned) - 0.43 0.29
Feather 15.3 - -
Felt hat factory waste 3.8 - 0.98
Field bean (seed) 4 1.2 1.3
Field bean (shell) 1.7 0.3 1.3
Fish scrap (fresh) 6.5 3.75 -
Fish scrap (red snapper) 7.76 13 0.38
Gluten feed 4.5 - -
Grape leaves 0.45 0.1 0.35
Grapefruit skin (ash) - 3.58 30.6
Grapes (fruit) 0.15 0.07 0.3
Greasewood (ash) - - 12.61
Greensand - 1.5 5
Hair 14 - -
Hare and rabbit waste 7 2.4 0.6
Hoof meal and horn dust 12.5 1.75 -
Horse manure (fresh) 0.44 0.17 0.35
Incinerator ash 0.24 5.15 2.33
Jellyfish (dried) 4.6 - -
Leather (acidulated) 7.5 - -
Leather (ash) - 2.16 0.35
Leather (ground) 11 - -
Lemon cull 0.15 0.06 0.26
Lemon skin - 6.3 31
Lobster (refuse) 4.5 3.5 -
Lobster (shell) 4.6 3.52 -
Milk 0.5 0.3 0.18
Molasses residue (brewing) 0.7 - 5.32
Moss 0.6 0.1 0.55
Mud (fresh water) 1.37 0.26 0.22
Mud (harbour) 0.99 0.77 0.05
Mussel 0.9 0.12 0.13
Mussel mud (dried) 0.72 0.35 -
Oak leaf 0.8 0.35 0.15
Oats grain 2 0.8 0.6
Olive pomace 1.15 0.78 1.26
Olive refuse 1.22 0.18 0.32
Orange cull 0.2 0.13 0.21
Orange skin (ash) - 2.9 27
Oyster shell 0.36 10.38 0.09
Paint processing waste 0.02 39.5 -
Pea pod (ash) - 1.79 9
Peach leaf 0.9 0.15 0.6
Peanut (seed & kernel) 3.6 0.7 4.5
Peanut shell 0.8 0.15 0.5
Peanut shell (ash) - 1.23 6.45
Pig manue (fresh) 0.6 0.41 0.13
Pigeon manure (fresh) 4.19 2.24 1.41
Pigweed (rough) 0.6 0.16 -
Pine needle 0.46 0.12 0.03
Potato (leaf and stalk) 0.6 0.15 0.45
Potato (tuber) 0.35 0.15 0.5
Potato skin (ash) - 5.18 27.5
Poudrette 1.46 3.68 0.48
Powderworks waste 2.5 - 17
Prune refuse 0.18 0.7 0.31
Pumpkin (fresh) 0.16 0.07 0.26
Pumpkin seed 0.87 0.5 0.45
Rabbit brush (ash) - - 13.04
Ragweed 0.76 0.26 -
Redtop hay 1.2 0.35 1
Rhubarb stem 0.1 0.04 0.35
Rockweed 1.9 0.25 3.68
Rose (flower) 0.3 0.1 0.4
Salt mud 0.4 - -
Salt-marsh hay 1.1 0.25 0.75
Sardine scrap 7.97 7.11 -
Seawood 1.68 0.75 4.93
Sheep manure (fresh) 0.55 0.31 0.15
Shoddy and felt 8 - -
Shrimp head (dried) 7.82 4.2 -
Shrimp waste 2.87 9.95 -
Silk mill waste 8.37 1.14 0.12
Silk worm cocoon 9.42 1.82 1.08
Silt waste 9.5 - -
Sludge 2 1.9 0.3
Sludge (activated) 5 3.25 0.6
Sludge from sewer beds 0.74 0.33 0.24
Soot from chimney fllue 5.25 1.05 0.35
Starfish 1.8 0.2 0.25
Sugar (raw, residue) 1.14 8.33 -
Sunflower seed 2.25 1.25 0.79
Sweet potato 0.25 0.1 0.5
Sweet potato skins (ash) - 3.29 13.89
Tanbark (ash) - 0.34 3.8
Tanbark ash (spent) - 1.75 2
Tankage 6 5 -
Tea grounds 4.15 0.62 0.4
Tea leaves (ash) - 1.6 0.44
Timothy hay 1.25 0.55 1
Tobacco leaves 4 0.5 6
Tobacco stalk 3.7 0.65 4.5
Tobacco stem 2.5 0.9 7
Tomato fruit 0.2 0.07 0.35
Tomato leaves 0.35 0.1 0.4
Tomato stalk 0.35 0.1 0.5
Wheat grain 2 0.85 0.5
Wheat straw 0.5 0.15 0.6
Wheat, bran 2.65 2.9 1.6
White clover (green) 0.5 0.2 0.3
White sage (ash) - - 13.77
Wood ash (leached) - 1.25 2
Wood ash (unleached) - 1.5 7
Wool waste 5.5 3 2


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