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I bury all of my fish carcasses in the garden. Fish meal is a regular fertizer. You just have to bury them deep, otherwise the neighborhood dogs and racoons will dig them up.
 

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This year I started burying all my carcasses in my compost pile and it is becoming quite rich and it does not smell. The quality & quantity of earthworms has also increased. Next year I will use the soil for planting. The fish seems to breakdown rather quickly as I bury them in rows. It's true, I read the Indians used to plant corn seeds with a Herring for fertilizer.

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John 6:1-15 Jesus gives thanks for the 5 loaves of bread & 2 small fish and feeds 5000+
 

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I bury blue fish and striper heads in my garden beds. Look at those plants need i say more, by the end of the season i had 7 ' tomatoe plants 5' basil for gravy.

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