Natural Fertilizers To Enrich Your Garden Soil

Natural Fertilizers To Enrich Your Garden Soil NOW. You don’t have to wait for spring to get your soil ready for your garden. Awesome DIY ideas.

Egg Shells: Use an empty milk bottle with a lid. Every time you use eggs, put the shells in the bottle. When almost full of egg shells fill it with water. Keep the lid on. After 6 months water it into the garden on a rainy day.

Use farm compost:  Poultry, ducks, chicken, rabbit, geese droppings are very good fertilizer. 

Throw all your vegetable scraps straight into the garden. Including avocado peels and pits, coffee grounds, used tea, sour milk, peanut shells.

Epson salt: Use on on tomatoes, peppers, and roses to grow stronger plants with more blossoms and sweeter tasting vegetables.

Coffee grounds: Add used coffee grounds directly to the soil in your garden. You can it into the top couple inches of soil, or just sprinkle the grounds on top and leave it alone. Coffee grounds encourage microbes to grow in the soil. Mix used coffee grounds with yard waste like dead leaves or dry straw and grass clippings to add nitrogen to the soil.

You can also check out this Vegetable Growing Guide

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