I don't think you can do that. Guano can become toxic if left for too long, which is why many homeowners have it removed. For it to be useful, bat guano has to be fresh, kept away from light and moisture, and can't have been left for too long.
And it is sold by the ton, something you are not likely to get out of a house.
Guano is bat faeces and they are NOT dangerous.
Guano is not in chips
no its bat crap
Look where bats nest. Guano is what they excrete.
Bat guano is rich in nitrogen and so in may countries is used as fertilizer for plants.
Bat guano contains Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium -- the macro nutrients used by plants and common in all plant fertilizers. This is why bat guano is sought after by gardeners.
Yes, guano is bat feaces (poop).
Yes. It is about 3% bat poo.