Never Buy Fertilizer Again Instead Make your Own Organic Fertilizer with just this




Organic gardening is as popular as ever, and the methods we use plays a critical role in our health and the health of the planet. Go no further than your pantry and backyard for materials to make your own organic fertilizer. Here are 9 of my favorite DIY organic fertilisers for a variety of needs.

1.Use grass clippings. Grass clippings make great organic fertilizer as they provide moisture for the soil and prevent weeds from cropping up. Use freshly cut grass from lawns that have not been treated with herbicides. Sprinkle a ½ inch layer of grass clippings on the soil as fertilizer.

2.Use coffee grounds as fertilizer. Used coffee grounds contain good nutrients for plants like nitrogen, phosphoric acid, and potash. They are particularly good for blueberries, evergreens, azaleas, roses, and fruit trees. Use your own coffee grounds or ask coffee shops for their used grounds.

3.Add egg shells to the garden. Egg shells contain beneficial nutrients for plants like nitrogen, phosphoric acid, and calcium. Crush up egg shells in an old coffee grinder and sprinkle them on your garden soil for a natural-fertilizer.

4.Soak the garden with Epsom salts. Epsom salts are great for encouraging plant growth and seed germination. Combine 1-tablespoon of Epsom salts with 1 gallon of water. Put the mixture in a spray bottle and apply it to the foliage in the garden.
• The Epsom salts can also increase fruit and flower production for roses, tomatoes, peppers, potatoes, and indoor houseplants.

5.Banana peels.  Eating a banana helps replenish lost potassium. Roses love potassium too. Simply chop banana peels and throw them in the hole before planting or bury peels under mulch so that they can compost naturally to give you bigger and more blooms. You can also use banana peels on vegetable plants. 

6.Molasses. using molasses in compost tea supposedly increases microbes and the beneficial bacteria that microbes feed on. If you want to start out with a simple recipe for molasses fertilizer, mix 1-3 tablespoons of molasses into a gallon of water. Water your plants with this concoction and watch them grow bigger and healthier. 

7.Use wood ash or sawdust as fertilizer. Wood ash and sawdust add calcium and potassium to the soil. They can also help to raise the PH of the soil if it is too acidic, making it more hospitable to neutral PH plants like vegetables. Sprinkle wood ash or sawdust to the soil. Use five pounds of wood ash or sawdust for every 100 square feet of soil.

8.Fertilize with worm castings. Worm castings contain beneficial nutrients for the soil. You can buy worm castings from your local gardening store or start a worm farm and make your own. Spread the worm castings over the soil to fertilize it.
• Add enough worm castings to cover the soil completely in a thin layer.

And 9. Make your own Compost. Put kitchen scraps, tree leaves, and other kitchen and garden waste to work by making your own compost.

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37 Comments

  1. frieza
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    good video

  2. Daniel Hornburg
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    Love it… thanks!

  3. Donia Gonzales Copeland
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    Thanks for sharing a great video. Happy Thursday. Don't forget to subscribe.

  4. Antonieta Carmody
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    Propaganda. Comida natural es la mejor para nuestro queridos amigos. Como siempre la industria presenta como una obra de bien pero lo que quieren es realmente que la gente compre mas comidas de perros artificiales y ahora hay mucha incidencia de cancer en las mascotas. Nuestros perros en el Perú siempre han recibido comida de casa. Ahora producto de estos alimento procesados uno ve en las calles perros obesos.

  5. Julian Kirby
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    Everyone, look up the concept of Korean Natural Farming. You make your own microbial innoculants, and use those innoculants to make super fancy fertilizer that is chock full of sugars, enzymes and nutrients!

  6. Tom Fisher
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    Good video except that sawdust will also pull nitrogen out of your soil if you mix it in. Other than that, wonderful job!

  7. Tewdy Quew
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    Wow! What a chock full of information!

  8. Renae Ferguson Bufford
    July 13, 2017
    Reply

    Thank you. Very useful and helpful information!

  9. Rawshan Ara Swapna
    July 14, 2017
    Reply

    thanks.
    it is benificial for any gardener.
    a lot of prayings for u.
    go ahead.

  10. Mystic Stardust
    July 16, 2017
    Reply

    Is there a difference for different type of tea bags?
    and does coffee powder work?

  11. c fedyszyn
    July 20, 2017
    Reply

    I wish we had composted 20 years ago. It's become a life style for us now and is easy to do. So much less garbage and it really improves the garden soil.

  12. Altex lan
    July 21, 2017
    Reply

    the best is rice water, after I wash,rice.meat,chicken n fish. I pour the unwanted water to the plant. they loved it n grow healthy,I save water n money. try it it don't cost anything.

  13. Brenda Sullivan
    July 22, 2017
    Reply

    I've always watered my plants with egg shell water.

  14. Yekkala Balaji
    August 18, 2017
    Reply

    Plz put videos on disease mgmt in plants

  15. Missy Williams
    August 18, 2017
    Reply

    Excellent information. I especially like the bonsai arrangement at 1.33. Can you please tell me more information about it for I would like to display something to that effect in my garden.

  16. hunter the smart
    August 18, 2017
    Reply

    3:01 at the premium worms casting I thought it said: premium WOAH castings. also my dad has a garden and he is keeping the grass, and so far nothing is diffrient.

  17. miscellaneous michelle
    August 20, 2017
    Reply

    Wonderful video

  18. Buthaina Ashqar
    August 21, 2017
    Reply

    nothing new!

  19. vasileios vasileiadis
    August 23, 2017
    Reply

    YESTERDAY I ASKED YOU A QUESTION AND AS I SEE YOU STILL DIDNT CHECK IT PLEASE LOOK AND REPLY IF YOU CAN AND WANT

  20. luke lucy
    August 25, 2017
    Reply

    Is there a way to block these computer generated bull- sh— channels?

  21. Thomas Smith
    August 27, 2017
    Reply

    I've seen the advice about Epsom salt before. I don't understand how salt can both feed and kill plants. Homemade weed killer is often salt water and vinegar.

  22. In Harmony With Earth
    August 28, 2017
    Reply

    The best you can get is urine mixed with lots of water.Yes you wanted to know I am sorry but it is the truth.Better dilute it because its strong!

  23. The Uncannie1
    August 29, 2017
    Reply

    I haven't seen anyone else mention it, but NEVER put Meat in your compost! It doesn't decompose as quickly, can introduce candida bacteria, and invites predators to your compost pile. It also puts off a putrid odor as it decomposes.

  24. rio skyscraper
    August 29, 2017
    Reply

    until further notice, refrain from the term "planet" to describe Earth. NASA has made it very confusing for everyone not in the know.

  25. Emanuel Andrews
    August 30, 2017
    Reply

    Awesome video

  26. Robert Brunston
    August 30, 2017
    Reply

    Thank you.

  27. julian hobrough
    September 6, 2017
    Reply

    Coffee grounds are arguable. They are mostly nitrogen. Molasses should be unsulphered. Sulphur is used in food product to kill bugs. Eg wine. Bugs are both desirable as well as undesirable. There is so much garbage on the internet. Avoid garbage, filter garbage. This distorts as much as it informs.

  28. Mziwenkosi Mkhize
    September 9, 2017
    Reply

    Wow

  29. бдd боц
    September 15, 2017
    Reply

    What is the plant name show in 2:00 in this video

  30. Ann Marie
    September 21, 2017
    Reply

    Yeaa this is my first time? ?what do u mean by worm casting lol???

  31. juvy smith
    September 23, 2017
    Reply

    Thank your for sharing very helpful and help our planet.save money too.

  32. Anne White
    October 2, 2017
    Reply

    Perfect advice. thank you

  33. Ivomar Brito Soares
    October 23, 2017
    Reply

    Interesting video.

  34. Plants & Life
    October 26, 2017
    Reply

    Am I use used tea as an alternative of coffee grounds

  35. JoThams Guest House Agnes Vermaak
    October 29, 2017
    Reply

    enjoyed the videos

  36. Annie Mak
    November 27, 2017
    Reply

    And is a Lovely very god!:-)

  37. dompig bryan
    December 3, 2017
    Reply

    thanks ,I try it now

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