Animal manure, such as Moo-Doo, are great for adding nutrients to the soil. This is especially true if you are interested in organic gardening. You can purchase Moo-Doo from most garden centers after it has been collected directly fro a cattle farm.
There are some plants that will respond better to Moo-Doo than others. Tomatoes, pumpkins and zucchini do well in Moo-Doo. Most flowering plants, including roses, annuals and perennials also tend to do well with Moo-Doo. However, you do not want to use Moo-doo, or any other type of manure, on your indoor plants because of the smell that comes with it.
Whenever you apply Moo-Doo to your leafy vegetable plants such as lettuce, cabbage, broccoli or cauliflower you should mix it with water. You can then apply it with a watering can directly to the base of these plants. This is important to do, especially if you are going to be using Moo-Doo near plants that are ready for you to harvest them.
Over the course of time you will reap a lot of great benefits from using Moo-Doo. Not only are the nutrients from Moo-Doo immediately beneficial to your plants but they will also help to give them a nutritional boost. Moo-Doo will also enhance the soil structure, helping it be able to better hold onto the nutrients more effectively than the soil would if you were using commercial fertilizer.
By using Moo-Doo as instructed over a long period of time there are also several environmental benefits that you can reap. These include increasing the carbon levels within the soil and decreasing both soil erosion and runoff. It will also decrease nitrate leaching. However, you are only going to reap the benefits whenever you take the time to use Moo-Doo properly. This is not time consuming or difficult though so there is no reason not to do this.