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Hi I have got some aged (notHi I have got some aged (not sure how aged though) cow manure for my vegetable garden. It is mostly powdery but there are some clumps and hay and I don't know really know how old it is.. but I think it is at least a year old. It has just sat out in the open for a while and not been turned or anything. I am just wondering, if I spread it on my vegetable garden now will it be safe to plant straight away? I am also going to plant a berry patch (including strawberries, raspberries, blueberries, gooseberries and anything else I can get my hands on), if I spread manure in this area now, can I plant there straight away also? Thanks for your help! Lisa

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