tolenio at sentex.net
Sun Aug 12 10:31:45 EDT 2001
This thread has come up before.
There is so little urea in urine that you would need gallons and gallons
and gallons, before it would do any good.
My guess is that the acidity/salt would kill the plant before any
fertilzer value was achieved.
Have you ever seen the results of dog marking his territory with
urine, using a plant? Always seen to do vast amounts of harm.
Ontario, Hardiness Zone 6a
On Sun, 12 Aug 2001 ddavidson at mwci.net wrote:
> Hi, wondering,what is the fertilizing value of urine? How much is
> too much, etc.? Dennis
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