Got Fiber? A Critical Look at Using Digested Dairy Fiber

March 27, 2012 11:51 am

Digested dairy fiber looks like soilless media.

Does digested dairy fiber, a growing media product from cows, do plants good? This byproduct from dairy farms is emerging as a growing media for plants and is called by various names connecting “dairy manure + digestion or compost + fiber or solids.” The most common is “digested dairy fiber.” It also has a couple of trade names based on the way it is processed, and in some cases, in proprietary ways. –Shiv Reddy

Read More in The Sun Gro’er Issue 7/1 (2012)

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