About Dog Poop:
"On average, wet dog manure contains 0.7% nitrogen (N),
0.25% phosphate (P20 S) and 0.02% potash (K20). Compared to wet cattle manure, dog waste contains 40% more nitrogen, the same amount of phosphate, and 1/20 the amount of potash (Hall & Schulte 1979). "
Grass & Oak leaves:
Grass - "Clippings contain about 4 percent nitrogen, 2 percent potassium and 1 percent phosphorus.
Leaves - "the nitrogen content of composted leaves on a dry basis usually varies from 0.5 to 1.0 percent. Potash amounts are in the same range. Phosphate amounts are around 0.1 percent. Increasing the organic matter content of the soil is the main benefit of incorporating composted leaves into the soil.
Coffee Grounds - Contain about 4% nitrogen, 1% phosphorus, and 3% potassium. You can also dilute your coffee grounds with water. This makes an excellent liquid fertilizer that's completely organic.
Last edited by DogFish; 11-19-2011 at 03:15 AM..