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    How to Crush Bone to Make Bone Meal

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    • Nancy Nettling

      You should learn How to Crush Bone to Make Bone Meal. Bone meal is a popular organic fertilizer for gardens and flower beds, consisting of the ground-up bones of livestock. It contains nitrogen and phosphorous to nourish plants, as well as calcium, an important mineral for perennials.

    • Lisa Owens

      How to crush bones and make bone meal. (Don't forget to leave a window open while baking the bones - they stink.)

    • Veronica Ritchey

      Use Leftover Chicken Bones to Make Bone Meal - homemade fertilizer for garden plants.

    • Love My Books II

      How to Crush Bone to Make Bone Meal (this is good for aiding soil to rejuvenate).

    • Carole Peyus

      How to Crush Bone to Make Bone Meal. Why haven't I been doing this all along?

    • Carrie Shanks

      How to make bonemeal from kitchen eftovers to fertilize garden

    • Candy West

      How to Crush Bone to Make Bone Meal | eHow

    • Ethel Waspary

      DIY bonemeal fertilizer

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      bone fertilizer

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