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  • Diana Delgado

    Camp Wander: Please Don't Drink the Sweet Manure Tea! Deer Deterrent

  • Desiree Pearl

    Manure Tea - DIY organic garden fertilizer

  • Freda Smith

    Recipe gor compost tea! This is an EXCELLENT site for GARDENING tips. I am learning so much from her. This post is on Sweet Manure Tea. Not the drinking kind!!! The one that your garden will love.

  • Debra Harwart

    Organic Fertilizer - Please Don't Drink the Sweet Manure Tea!

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