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Comfrey for Gardeners BCO-1150



Jill Schnabel, 1990, 16 pp.

Compost and Soil Fertility,

A small booklet on comfrey from Garden Organic (England): the national charity for organic gardening (supported by the Prince of Wales). Covers growing it, and using it in the garden as a plant nutrient and compost ingredient. Comfrey has long been known in Britain as a medicinal herb, its common name was 'knitbone'. Comfrey contains high levels of the basic NPK nutrients, drawn up from the deep by its extensive root system. As such it can be useful as animal feed and as plant feed. As a compost activator - comfrey is so rich that it not only enriches your heaps but encourages them to heat up.

APPROX WEIGHT: .088 lbs.

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