This type of manure is not as rich in nitrogen as many other types; however, the high ammonia levels can burn plants when the fresh manure is directly applied. Composted cow manure, on the other hand, can provide numerous benefits to the garden. Used as a feriliser in soil, recommended for use with veggies, phosphorous plants and roses. Tends to have low nutrient analysis because it comes from animals grazing on grass all day. It makes it great as a general purpose soil conditioner, and great for phosphorous-sensitive native plants when it's well rotted. Cow Manure accelerates the decomposition of organic materials increasing the soil microorganism's effectiveness.
Mushroom compost is a type of slow-release, organic plant fertilizer. Strong manure and compost. Mix in limited amounts to improve your soils. Not recommended for seedlings, more for established plants. It enriches the soil and supplies nutrients for the healthy growth of plants. Mushroom compost also increases the water-holding capacity of the soil, which decreases your watering needs.
It can be used as soil amendment for lawns, gardens, and container plants. Although this product should be used with caution due to its high soluble salt levels.