If you’ve gone inside a subterranean cave full of bats, you would notice the endless rain of piss and droppings, pelting your head and the countless bats whirling around you, sometimes smack into your face. There are also the cacophony of bat shrieks and shrilly sounds filling the caverns. And you wade through thick layers of moist guano–yes, guano, as in the best natural fertilizer on planet Earth.
The fresh droppings are nitrogen-rich–the right fertilizer for your vegetables or plants whose leaves are prized. As the guano deposit goes deeper, the more it becomes phosphoric–as in phosphorus, which makes your trees yield the sweetest fruits and your shrubs the proudest flowers.
Here in the states, you would find all sorts of man-made soil conditioners packaged individually for instant use in your garden or flower pot as the case maybe. But I haven’t seen one declaring guano, either of the…
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