10 Ecologic Fertilizers you can make at home

Making our own fertilizers is one of the simplest and interesting things we can do at home, as we know plants need nutrients to grow and develop; among those that require are nitrogen, potassium and phosphorus apart from other lesser extent. As I commented provide nutrients to our plants is the most important so we will see 10 fertilizers we can prepare easily at home to provide nutrients.

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EGGSHELLS TO PROVIDE CALCIUM

The eggshells help us in the garden or urban garden to provide calcium needed by plants although in the first instance is not assimilable by plants in the future if you will, so it is interesting occasionally provide eggshells .

BANANA TEA TO PROVIDE POTASSIUM

Banana skins are a very cheap source of potassium in our plants, so in the video we can see easily and soluble form a way of applying potassium to our plants, they will come in handy at the time of flowering or bulbous plants.

ASH TO PROVIDE PHOSPHORUS

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The ashes of our fireplaces or barbecues can serve to provide nutrients in the garden, that if, in general the wood ash contains much calcium and potassium, and silica, magnesium, phosphorus, some sulfur and very little nitrogen, if we add further phosphorus should also burn a few animal bones, ash that contain16% phosphorus.

FULL CONTRIBUTION VERMICOMPOST

The vermicompost is one of the most complete and balanced fertilizer that can contribute to our plants, is also super simple to prepare and does not require much effort, also has the advantage that we will do with our own vegetable waste, so that avoid pollute and throw them away.

VERMICOMPOST LIQUID TO WATER

If besides making humus, which we will use to prepare our substrates pot or garden, we also liquid vermicompost, we can use it for watering our plants, providing them in the form of irrigation a lot of extra nutrients and assimilable plants.

ROOTING FOR CUTTINGS

More than one has always liked a plant when we go walking through the woods or a park, make a scion successfully, it is much easier with this home enraizante based lentils, super easy to do and also very effective.



These fertilizers can perform the anywhere, even if you have a garden or orchard, but also we can have some space or we can make other equally easily complete fertilizers we help you have the healthiest plants.

GREEN MANURE NITROGEN INPUT

Green manure is a curious but very effective fertilizer, because in reality it is sowing plants that we help to fix nitrogen and incidentally have occupied the garden, a very interesting way to pay.

COMPOST TEA

If besides having our compost pile, we have some kind of fertilizer that can be used in the form of irrigation, one very interesting is compost tea that we use to irrigate our plants so that even help to improve the structure and life microbial soil. This is really very interesting.

PURIN MANURE NITROGEN INPUT

If besides orchard or garden, we have chickens or birds, we can make this interesting fertilizer, which can be used as compost tea as irrigation, the good of this fertilizer is that it is a complete fertilizer that adds we nitrogen to the soil, one of the most important nutrients for plants.

BOCASHI

This fertilizer is really one of the best, next to vermicompost, but it is also true that the more complex when it comes to getting the materials, but if you can, do it, because we will notice a comprehensive improvement in soil and in the life of our orchard, a super complete supply of nutrients and it helps us significantly to improve its structure.

Source: https://plus.google.com/+LahuertinadetoniEs/posts/aVV8PyZEtWN

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