I would mix the steer compost blend in with the soil first and them seed it.
less than 20 lbs
I understand that works well, I hope its correct as I just did my yard and shrubs and flower bed yesterday watering it well , but I'm going to wait a week or so before planting any bulbs in flower bed, any suggestions would be great!! Right now, next door neighbors are not so happy w/using the steer manure... LOL ..... but when you have little 4 legged family members it's a lot safer alternative than chemicals
5420Reportando, there are 75 bags on a pallet.
Barbara - This is steer manure blend, it will be ok for Lemon trees but a more specific fertilizer for Citrus would be better..
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yes, I bought it last week at Poway Home Depot, order on line, pick up at curb site. Fast and easy
Yes it goes a long way to help with soil amendment.
If I remember right they are stacked about 15 bags high and 5 bags per level. If that is true that would make 75 bags per pallet. But I`m just guessing. I would call your local store and ask someone in the garden section for help.
It is not compost, it is manure. Only a portion of what compost is made of. This was fairly broken down already but I would dilute it with top soil at a minimum. 50/50 would be fine.