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Zone Myanmar | Anonymous added on February 22, 2019 | Answered

I think you have some wrong resources for bat dung! You should check your post. the N: P: K ratio of bat dung may be 3: 10: 1, not 10: 3: 1! i think it might be typing error, but you describe clearly as ” nitrogen 10 percent” just like that! Whatever, I’m really interested in bat dung for the use of fertilizer. Anyway thank you for your information.

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Answered on February 23, 2019

Not all guano is created equal. There are differences in bat poo and the NPK percentages, depending on the source. Some is high in N (9 or 10%) and some is higher in P with a lower N level like the one you are familiar with.

Products will often be described as 'high nitrogen guano' or 'high phosphorus guano'. I make my own complete organic fertilizer and seek out high N quano for the fast release N component, along with feather meal for the slow release N.

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