homemade compost tea best organic and natural liquid fertilizer for plants

hello friends I am Ashok Sanodiya and I
welcome you back in your own organic gardening Channel friends generally we
grow two types of plants in our garden area first are called perennial plant
which is also known as permanent plants and second are called annual plant which
are also known as seasonal plants and these two types of plants need nutrients
at different rates. permanent plants need nutrition slowly and in a
controlled manner but on the other hand the seasonal plants are the heavy feeder
and they need nutrients very fast for completing their whole life cycle in a
very short period of time in today’s video we are going to explain about
making a very good fast release fertilizer which is very much effective for the
growth of all plants and this fertilizer we are going to make by following some
easy steps. each and every step is very much important so make sure that you are
watching the video till the end and before we move to the main process I
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see how to make this fast release fertilizer at home for making this we need the following
items first is organic compost and this compost should have high value of and
NPK other nutrients at the end of this video we have given some related videos
link which is helpful for making this type of Good compost second is required amount of chlorine
free water if you are using regular water then we must keep it in open
sunlight for at least 12 hours so that it will become chlorine free third we need a aquarium pump with air
stone this is optional and if we do not have
then it is not necessary and at the last we need a fine strainer for straining
process now as a first step we will take this
organic compost and mix it with water we will make sure that the
compost to water ratio should be one is 1:10 meaningfully one part of compost and
ten part of water and now we will mix it properly and after mixing it we will take this
aquarium pump and keep its pipe inside the mixture and now we will start the aquarium pump this aquarium pump we are using for a
properly aeration process so that the beneficial bacteria should be developed
fast and in a huge quantity. now we will run this aquarium pump for the 24 hours next day, now switch off the aquarium
pump and take it out from bucket now we will strain the solution with the
help of a strainer and keep for using this remaining part of compost is also
good for plants so we will keep it for mixing into soil now this liquid
fertilizer is ready to use and we can use it in two ways first way is that we
can fill it into a sprayer for sprinkle and spray over the plants leaves and stem
like this and as a second way we can pour its
required quantity direct around the plant soil I hope this video will be helpful for
you thank you for watching it.

12 thoughts on “homemade compost tea best organic and natural liquid fertilizer for plants

  1. Uhave not named the organic compoe kept secreat .whether it is Mustered cake poder or cow dung or vermicompose ?

  2. Hey friend a couple of the YouTube gardening giants have done experiments on compost tea and unfortunately no benefits have been observed. Maybe you can also do an experiment to double check their findings or perhaps you come to a different result?

  3. Spinach palak ka homemade liquid fertilizer fertilizer banane ka tarika ko kitne din tak Rakh Sakte please Bataye

  4. Thank you for your step by instructions. Where did you get that wall plant pot in the background or how did you make it?

  5. homemade liquid fertilizer :- learn to make a good quality home made liquid fertilizer or compost tea which gives instant boost to garden plants.

  6. Your videos are very simple and easy. Tried few of them.please let me know if we can give even boiled vegetables water like beans, carrot, or any other vegetables water after getting cooled to plants? Please advise

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