SECRET LIQUID FERTILIZER | See What Happens When You Use This Organic Fertilizer


Hello Friends! Today we will make a cocktail solution as
a foliar spray for instantly energizing our growing plants. This not only make your plant grow faster,
but also produces loads of flowering and fruiting. And everything you see in the video are based
on scientific concepts and research. The main advantage of this magic foliar spray
is that its independent of your soil ph. All that is coming up. If you are interested in Gardening, please
subscribe to my channel with the bell icon clicked. Well, before I show you the actual recipe
or the Formula for the making of our so called magic solution, you must know some Basic concepts. Please do not skip these 5 points am gonna
discuss now. Will try to make it as short and as simple
as possible, specially for beginners. 1. What do you mean by foliar Spray?Foliage means
leaves! So the term foliar spray says it all, that
is Spraying a liquid fertilizer on your plants foliage which aids in absorption of certain
essential elements like calcium, magnesium through their stomata. Stomata are pores found in the epidermis of
leaves which help in nutrient absorption and also gas exchange. 2. Next Point is about Calcium and Its importance:
Calcium is the most important component of a plants cell wall. Hence for cell division and growth its indispensable,
especially in rapid growers like tomatoes. So we will keep this point in mind and add
calcium into our mix. 3. Next Point is about Magnesium and Its importance:
Did you know Magnesium is the central atom in between four nitrogen atoms in the chlorophyll
molecule. For beginners, Chlorophyll is the pigment
present in leaves which is essential for photosynthesis, that is plant food production. So we will keep this point in mind and add
magnesium into our mix using our famous organic Epsom salt. 4. Soil PH concept: We have discussed in detail
about the importance of soil ph in nutrient absorption in my video titled Ideal Soil PH
for plants. You can check that from the end screen link
at the end of this video and also in description. Well! when it comes to foliar spray of fertilizer
solution, its completely independent of the soil PH, because nutrients are absorbed through
leaves. So you can utilize this concept if your plants
are not performing well despite all your efforts, care, fertilizing, watering promptly and what
not! Many viewers keep asking the same question. So why not make it a habit of alternating
your feeds, that is fertilizing your plants once in 15 days with foliar spray to feed
your plants. Because this idea is independent of soil PH
value. 5. And last concept: Many Experts recommend applying
egg shells andcalcium tablets to soil and some evenmake a smoothie juice or paste using
all kitchen waste like banana peels, fruit peels and what not. This in perhaps unscientific according to
me to directly apply to your plants. I do not know! If you have any scientific explanation to
this, please do write in the comment box. What I feel is why not utilize this idea of
making this smoothie and keeping a dedicated heavy duty blender or mixer for this purpose
for faster composting. Yes! if you are adding this paste to your
compost bin and feeding your earth worms, this can accelerate composting process. Well, Now moving on to the Formula or the
recipe of this Magic Fertilizer liquid. I will quickly list out the ingredients one
by one and quickly explain the benefit of each of these components. 1. Water: Nothing to explain about this universal
solvent. We will formulate this recipe for 1 liter
of water. 2. Milk: You can use skimmed milk or if available
Raw milk is best. You can even use spoilt milk, butter milk
or stuff like that. Use it with lower than 20 percent dilution
in water that is 1:5 dilution. So you can add about 100 ml or 200 ml milk
to our universal solvent. Milk is not only a source of calcium, but
also an antifungal for treatment of powdery mildew and blossom end rot disease on tomato
and other vegetable plants. It also kills many plant viruses like tobacco
mosaic virus. In place if milk you can add 1 liter of a
special water. Yes that’s special calcium rich water for
plants. It s nothing but the left over water after
you hard boil few eggs. The egg shells release a lot of calcium into
this water during boiling. 3. Epsom Salt that is magnesium sulfate which
is a greatest source of magnesium and sulfur. This is easily available at a gardening store
or at your local pharmacist and even online. So the dosage is max 5 gms or little lesser
than a teaspoon per 1 liter of water. 4. Then the Most important ingredient for adding
the major NPK elements into the foliar spray is COMPOST TEA. So, how do you make compost tea? Its really simple. Just Add a handful of decomposed manure or
compost like cowdung powder or vermicompost per liter of water. You can make your own quantity of 2 liters
or 5 liters depending on your garden size. Allow this to brew for atleast 1 week. Make sure you stir this atleast once every
24 hours to oxygenate this mix till 1 week. Then strain out the liquid using a cloth and
use this liquid. I shall make a detailed video some other time
on how to use some simple gadgets like an aquarium air pump to quickly make your compost
tea. Well, For now, Once the compost tea is ready,
you should dilute this like 1:5 in water and then add about 1 liter to the above solution. Normally if you are using only the compost
tea as a foliar spray, you need to use 1:10 dilution. But here we are making a 2.1 liter solution
in total. I Hope you got my point! That is it, mix it thoroughly and load the
spray bottle or use your electric sprayer or whatever and foliar feed your plants. Spray very early in the morning or late in
the evening because leaf stomatas are well opened at this period so that absorption happens
at its best. So, there we have it folks, Please click a
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100 thoughts on “SECRET LIQUID FERTILIZER | See What Happens When You Use This Organic Fertilizer

  1. When the compost tea is diluted 1:5, I will end up with 6 L of compost tea? And then out of this 6 L of diluted compost tea, I only add 1L of it to the milk and Epsom salts mix?

  2. Note that the stomata, through which the plant absorbs nutrients (and herbicides, if you're trying to kill them!), are on the UNDERSIDE of the leaves, so direct the spray upwards for most efficient delivery.

  3. I have a ton of used tea packets, is there someway I can use them on plants? Can I make a compost tea out of them?

  4. I am using himalayan salt in my pot plant water as it has 84 minerals – am I waiting my time and money????

  5. Thank you for the useful info and clear instructions. Would appreciate a video on effective, reasonably priced gardening tools / accessories like foliar spray nozzles , grow bags etc. and where to buy them . With online links wherever possible. Looking forward

  6. Is this fertilizer suitable for ginger, garlic, spinach and taro roots?
    Also, do you have a video about mustard cake fertilizer? If yes, please provide link

  7. Very informative video! I especially like the scientific explanations on how plants use the 'magic' components in the liquid fertizer spray. A healthy plant is less likely to fall prey to disease.

  8. Re: Compost Tea. There are no cows near me to scoop up what they leave behind, but there is horse trail close by with lots of evidence to prove it. Is horse manure ok for the tea? And if it is, what stage should they be? Fresh or dried, powdery dry? Thanks. I am caring for a guava tree.

  9. Liquid . Universal.solvent

    Milk. Spoiled.milk.raw
    Source of calcium

    – water boiled egg

    Epson.salt

    Compost tea.brew in on week. Mix every hour

    1 10/1.5

    Very early in the morning or late at at nigrh

  10. "based on scientific research" *checks description and fines no resource research to back up claims and makes mistakes about well know scientific knowledge *

  11. it's not a good idea to use calcium applications with magnesium sulfate applications. It'll form calcium sulfate which is not soluble.

  12. Ya a ok. I Don't know everything and What I'm going to tell you I have not taken to a lab but if you do send me a copy. Have you heard of green tea but not the whole you drink but the kind you make from human pee and green leaves. You take green leaves and pack into a 5 gallon bucket till 3/4 full then add human pee then wait a day or two add more pee till full put a lid on it for two weeks in the sun this is 100% nitrogen and all the minerals that your plant needs you only use 1/2 cup or that's what my wife uses though I tell people to use one cp to a gallon of filtered water.

  13. Fresh human urine is mild npk for foliage spray.most stomata is underneith leaves

  14. I love this channel he explains things enough to make the point and has all the juicy bits to keep you interested

  15. Thanks for the video! Very helpful background info and an easy to make formula, which was presented clearly.

  16. Sadly last time I visited the local gardening store it didn’t have any of the salt 🧂 so I can’t make it ugh darn…I wish I could make it. Plus can I just add grocery store milk ?

  17. Iy u have vdo of chow to count ph leavel by meter if so please advise in what way I will serch vdo

  18. Foliar spraying is done at 70° F or lower because that's when the stomata are open and works best in the evening. Spraying with a garden hose while talking about foliar spraying is misleading. Don't use sour/curdled milk, slightly spoiled will work, but fresh is better. These sprays work because it's doing something instead of nothing. But what is used is key too, I would have added some soap. One of the worst habits people have is not checking the temperature of the water coming out the hose in the summer and they burn the first plants.

  19. Excellent video and information. We live in the city and our water is treated with chlorine and other chemicals intended to kill microbial life. When making our compost tea, we do a process called out gassing to remove these chemicals from our "universal solvent" ! ( I love that!) Reason being that if you use the treated water without out gassing much of the beneficial microbial life in the compost you add will be killed slowing down the process. If your water source is treated you may consider researching out gassing city water for more information. We have been very glad we did!
    Keep up the great videos!
    Thank you

  20. Milk, Epson salt, water from boiled eggs, water (again) & compost tea (brewed manure). Saved you from all the educational reasons for each ingredient 😉

  21. Grinding kitchen scraps is fine for the compost pile. But pouring it on your house plant's soil is not wise. It might turn moldy.

  22. Thank you for such an informative, very well detailed information , I am one of those people who appreciate true real honest information, that comes from professional experienced people like you , that don't mind to pass it on to everyone else that's interested in the matter, once again , thank you very very much.

  23. You should only use organic free range eggs in the egg water. Soy is used for commercial chickens and the phytoestrogens is heavily present in the chicken meat AND the eggs including the shells. You do not want this in your plant beds as the plants will become contaminated with extra phytoestrogens and more than likely, glyphosate.

  24. I feed my roses in the garden all summer with banana skins, since I started doing this my roses are beautiful! Never looked back!

  25. Hi,About using banana peels and egg shells in this video you say it is unscientific but in one of your own earlier videos you have suggested that we use banana peels and crushed egg shells in the soil ????

  26. Great teaching and easy to follow. Only one thing missing, your video says "…And watch what happens…" so what was the result or advantage of all this process vs not doing the same??

  27. Just wondering how early or how late can I do it and what will happen if I do it while the sun out but it has shade on my plant will it be able to eat the foilair spray nutrients?

  28. Thank you very much for the useful video.I use Trustbin to prepare compost in which a liquid compost gets collected underneath. Can I use this in this recipe ?

  29. Maybe I'm just slow, but your 1:10, then dilute with water 1:2 — Does this mean use 10 units of water to one unit formula? then dilute 1 unit formula to 2 units water again?

  30. Sorry didnt get your last point
    Please let me know the total ratio
    And how much ratio of compost tea for the recipe required

  31. Stomata in leaves open and close to allow the intake of carbon dioxide and the release of oxygen, they do not absorb liquid. This is like trying to drink water through your nose. Very few plant, mainly in desert/arid areas absorb some water through them

  32. just buy some baby milk formula , use one table spoon per liter and your plants will never get sick 😉 can spray leaves or feed through the soil ,i also add a tea spoon per liter molasses 🙂

    per 100ml prepared feed
    Energy 275 kJ
    66 kcal
    Fat 3.4 g
    of which, saturates 1.5 g
    of which, unsaturates 1.9 g
    of which, LCPs† 0.015 g
    – Arachidonic acid (AA) 0.006 g
    – Docosahexaenoic acid (DHA) 0.006 g
    Carbohydrate 7.3 g
    of which, sugars 7.3 g
    of which, lactose 7 g
    Fibre 0.6 g
    Protein 1.3 g
    Whey 0.8 g
    Casein 0.5 g
    Salt 004 g
    Minerals
    Sodium 17 mg
    Others
    Choline 12 mg
    Taurine 5.3 mg
    Inositol 3.8 mg
    L-carnitine 1.6 mg
    Nucleotides 3.2 mg
    GOS/FOS* 0.8 g
    †Long Chain Polyunsaturated fatty acids
    *Galacto- & Fructo-Oligosaccharides

    Table of Vitamins and Minerals Information

    per 100ml prepared feed
    Vitamins
    Vitamin A 54 µg RE
    Vitamin D3 1.2 µg
    Vitamin E 1.1 mg α-TE
    Vitamin K1 4.4 µg
    Vitamin C 9.2 mg
    Thiamin (B1) 0.05 mg
    Riboflavin (B2) 0.12 mg
    Niacin (B3) 0.43 mg
    Pantothenic acid 0.34 mg
    Vitamin B6 0.037 mg
    Folic acid 13 µg
    Vitamin B12 0.19 µg
    Biotin 1.4 µg
    Potassium 72 mg
    Chloride 46 mg
    Calcium 55 mg
    Phosphorus 31 mg
    Magnesium 5.1 mg
    Iron 0.53 mg
    Zinc 0.51 mg
    Copper 0.04 mg
    Manganese 0.008 mg
    Fluoride ≤0.003 mg
    Selenium

    Iodien 1.7 

    12

  33. Thank you so much for nice and easy gardening ideas. Can I prepare this liquid fertilizer and use it for next three or six months? Or do we need prepare it Everytime when ever we want to use.. please let know your thoughts

  34. Okay so plants need co2 for photosynthesis which promotes wonderful results

    So could I water my plants with carbonated water or even soda

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