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Promoted 05-06-2015 by johnny_miller at 05:34 PM View Original Post
TrueValue.com has 36lbs. Milorganite Organic Fertilizer (62036-MW) for $6.99. Choose free store pickup, if stock is available. Thanks bluking

Also available, TrueValue.com has 11x bags of 36lbs. Milorganite Organic Fertilizer (62036-MW) for $76.89 - $10 w/ promo code SPRING10 = $66.89 with free store pickup.
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Edited May 6, 2015 at 01:44 PM by mlacey3
Each bag on sale for $7 at TV. If you add 11 bags you can apply code SPRING10 to bring the cost down to $6 per bag. Reg price is $12-13 at lowes/HD.


11x Milorganite Eco-Friendly Organic Fertilizer, 36-Lb - $66 AC + Free Ship to Store @ Truevalue [truevalue.com]


You could also try PMing to Lowes/HD if you have a nearby TV store but not sure if they will allow you to apply any coupons on top of that.
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thatz lotta sh!tz
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thatz lotta sh!tz
LOL!

Pretty good price, about 50% off the normal price at Home Depot near me.
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Can we use this stuff for evergreen and other plants (instead of soil), besides lawn grass?
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it is dried sewer sludge. organic won't burn your grass. actually fantastic fertilizer. used in many golf courses.
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lol tru dat. But its good shitz!
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Last edited by bluking May 6, 2015 at 09:13 AM.
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Been waiting for this, got in on this last year. I put this down to keep the deer away, they don't like it. We didn't have any ticks till the smell wore off a couple of months after application. Thanks and repped!
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How often can you apply this stuff? Would a bag keep for a year in a storage shed?
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do they test this stuff for heavy metals and drug residues etc?


i heard they cant get drug residues filtered out with the current wastewater treatment facilities.
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do they test this stuff for heavy metals and drug residues etc?

i heard they cant get drug residues filtered out with the current wastewater treatment facilities.
I just came for the poop jokes, but I got sucked into the sewer...
1. If drug residues etc. don't come out in wastewater treatment facilities, why would they come out in your yard?
2. Is there any evidence that these residues are harmful, in the quantities found when this product is used as intended? Sure, there might be detectable contaminants, but sometimes that just means they used REALLY good detection equipment, not that the contaminants are really hazardous at realistic exposure levels.

There will be pros & cons to dumping ANYTHING on your lawn... IMO there are a lot of pesticides, household cleaners, etc. that are more realistic threats than a little bit of fertilizer. Heck, using a power sander stirs up a LOT of fine particulate matter that's pretty nasty to breathe, even if it's just plain wood with no paint/finish involved.
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How often can you apply this stuff? Would a bag keep for a year in a storage shed?
http://www.milorganite.com/Using-...d-Disposal

Milorganite has no expiration date. It will work indefinitely if stored properly in a cool, dry area out of the reach of children and animals.
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Quote from bezelbub View Post :
do they test this stuff for heavy metals and drug residues etc?


i heard they cant get drug residues filtered out with the current wastewater treatment facilities.
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I just came for the poop jokes, but I got sucked into the sewer...
1. If drug residues etc. don't come out in wastewater treatment facilities, why would they come out in your yard?
2. Is there any evidence that these residues are harmful, in the quantities found when this product is used as intended? Sure, there might be detectable contaminants, but sometimes that just means they used REALLY good detection equipment, not that the contaminants are really hazardous at realistic exposure levels.

There will be pros & cons to dumping ANYTHING on your lawn... IMO there are a lot of pesticides, household cleaners, etc. that are more realistic threats than a little bit of fertilizer. Heck, using a power sander stirs up a LOT of fine particulate matter that's pretty nasty to breathe, even if it's just plain wood with no paint/finish involved.
they're tested more than any other product in it's field, just to make sure there are no contaminants. Use your google-fu.

This stuff is safe, and it's not 'poop'.
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Thanks for the post!
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I'm all about economies of scale but 396 pounds of fertilizer to hit the $10.00 off.......
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