Yarrow

Yarow Fertiliser Again


kiwigeorge added on January 22, 2011 | Answered

Hi Nikki and thanks for the data but I still do not know anyhing about which part is the best to use. Maybe I should just do as I do with my Confrey; chop the leaves and stalks coarsely, put in a sack, soak for a month and dilute to the usual weak tea colour for liquid manures.


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Nikki
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Answered on January 24, 2011

Just the finely chopped or crushed leaves should be sufficient.

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kiwigeorge
Answered on January 24, 2011

HI Nikki and thanks for the reply, my task for today is to harvest a bag of Yarrow from a patch on the edge of the bush near home. I note that the roots of Yarrow are similar to those of Coriander and from my cooking book notes, the roots of coriander are are very potent and i wonder if the same aplies to Yarrow. Do you have any information on the identity of the chemical/s in Yarrow which make it so potent?
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George

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