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Back to Nature cotton burr compostREGULAR COTTON BURR COMPOST and ACIDIFIED COTTON BURR COMPOST are truly nature’s perfect soil conditioners. We start with cotton burrs from short staple cotton grown on the High Plains of Texas. Unlike cotton grown in other parts of the United States, short staple cotton must be stripper picked, a method that produces a large amount of cotton burrs through the ginning process. The fleshy cotton burr is important because it is the primary repository of nutrients. Cotton burrs contain a significant amount of NPK (nitrogen, phosphate, potassium), the three macro nutrients required by plants, as well as
numerous micro nutrients. Cotton burrs have a carbon-nitrogen (C/N) ratio of 22:1, eliminating the nitrogen tie-up caused by
using wood and wood-based soil amendments.

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