Saturday, September 21, 2019

Welcome to the New York visitor

 Welcome to the New York visitor
To a post about
“Pet Waste as fertilizer”?
Our Singapore Post
As my visitor from New York
(Go Giants/Yankees) must know,

I am not sure as to which part of the state that you live in,
Septic/City Sewer system?

"While it is true that all plants and mammals need Nitrogen, 
like with everything in your life, too much of a good thing can turn bad!
Human waste is significant contributor of nitrogen to water. 
Ammonia, nitrite, and nitrate are decomposition products 
from urea and protein, which are in human waste.
Ammonia is an ingredient in many household cleaning products 
is sometimes used to remove carbonate from hard water".
Please remember, this is speaking 
(Pet Poop in Vegetable Gardens).
In any garden, 
you must be careful as to what you wish to do 
with the end results.
 Our elders use to plant right over their septic system 
for a better crop.
If you noticed, they did not live very long.
 Even today, 
scientist are saying, 
no cow or horse 
maybe chicken waste?

Friday, September 20, 2019

Welcome to Singapore, Singapore

Welcome to Singapore, Singapore
Your question was, “is pet waste fertilizer”?
My honest answer is ‘Yes and No!
You came to this site at
Do not fertilize your garden with pet waste
Sunday, February 24, 2019
Be very careful with this, your life might depend on it’!
Because, as with humans, pet food has meat in it and/or chemicals.
For instance, we go out of our way to take care as to what we give
So no meat and working hard at limiting chemicals, as you can see by reading their menus.
And still would not use their waste in our gardens.
You did find this on your quest for an answer.
Lawn fertilizer, pet waste pointed to as pollutant in 7 watersheds. Household nitrogen fertilizer use in particular is more than 10 times greater than commercial fertilizer use by golf courses, college campuses and other nonresidential locations, and pet waste is the leading source of phosphorus to these watersheds.
Any more question, please ask?