HOMEMADE ORGANIC FERTILIZERS For Plants in Garden Tips | How to make fertilizer at home


How to Make Your Own Homemade Organic Fertilizers
� Today I am gonna list out the Top 10 ways to enrich your soil. All fertilizers are classified into two basic
categories: chemical/synthetic � Inorganic and or natural/organic. I have discussed this in more depth in my
previous video on NPK Crystals Fertilizer � the link is shown in description and also
perhaps somewhere in a link towards top right corner of this video. SO coming back to our List of Easy Household
Fertilizers There are actually quite a few common items
found in your kitchen, and elsewhere around the house, that can be used as plant fertilizer. The First in the List is – Aquarium Water
Water your plants with the aquarium water taken right out of the tank when cleaning
it. Fresh water only please, do not use water
from a salt water tank. The fish waste makes a grreat plant fertilizer. Then Next – Bananas
Bananas are not only tasty and healthy for humans, but they also benefit many different
plants. When planting roses, bury a banana (or just
the peel) in the hole alongside the rose. As the rose grows, bury bananas or banana
peels into the top layer of the soil � that�s called Top-soil. I have a separate video explaining what is
Topsoil and subsoil in detail. Anyways Both of these approaches will provide
the much needed potassium that plants need for proper growth. So banana provide mainly potassium. Cooking Water
Many different nutrients are released into the water that food is cooked in. Water that is used to boil potatoes, vegetables,
eggs, and even pasta can be used as a fertilizer. Just remember to let the water cool before
applying it to your soil. Then very important one � the Egg Shells
Egg shells are rich in Calcium and contain about 1% nitrogen, about a half-percent phosphoric
acid, and other trace elements that make them a practical fertilizer. Calcium is an essential plant nutrient which
plays a fundamental part in cell manufacture and growth. Most roots must have some calcium at the growing
tips to grow effectively. Plant growth removes large quantities of calcium
from the soil, and calcium must be replenished, so this is an ideal way to �recycle� your
egg shells. Simply crush them, powder them, and sprinkle
them around your garden soil. Epsom Salts
Please Watch my Detailed Video on “Epsom Salt in Gardening” Wood Ash (Like From Your Fireplace )
Ashes can be sprinkled onto your soil to supply potassium and calcium carbonate. Don�t use ash in areas where you are trying
to maintain acid-loving plants � the ashes are alkaline and can increase alkalinity in
the soil. Green Tea
A weak solution of green tea can be used to water plants every four weeks. Use one teabag to 2 gallons of water. Next interesting item is � Your Hair
Have you ever wondered, Hair is a good source of nitrogen. A good source for this hair is not only your
hairbrush but also the local barbershop or beauty salon. Many of these establishments will save hair
for your garden, if you ask them for it. But do not limit yourself to only human hair. Dog hair, horse hair, and cat hair also work
very well. Cow Dung or Horse Dung when dry and decomposed
– make an excellent fertilizer. It can be used as a soil amendment just by
sprinkling it on top of the soil. Alternatively, it can be dissolved in water
alone or combined with another organic fertilizer and applied. Matches
The old fashioned easy strike matches are a great source of magnesium. To use this as a fertilizer, simply place
the whole match in the hole with the plant, or soak the matches in water. The magnesium will dissolve into the water
and make application easier. Powdered Milk
Powdered milk is not only good for human consumption but also for plants. This source of calcium needs to be mixed in
to the soil prior to planting. Since the milk is in powder form, it is ready
for use by your plants. So that�s it in this video Friends, see
you in next video. Till then take care!

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