Homemade Organic Fertilizer Recipe

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Most of the time we look at growing something on this blog, for example like growing red cabbage and growing lemon cucumbers  there is always mention of organic fertilizer. Well you surely can go ahead and purchase yours, however it maybe be wiser to make your own organic fertilizer.

Not only will it be cheaper in the long run, you will also be able to make it on demand. There is the basic recipe, that works for most soil types. However, it is recommended that you first test your soil, to determine the best type to make for your gardening needs.

How To Make Your Own Organic Fertilizer

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Here’s What You’ll Need:

  • 5 gallon plastic bucket
  • bonemeal
  • kelp meal
  • organic seed meal
  • dolomitic lime
  • agricultural lime

It is easy to make, just simply mix all your ingredients together in the bucket. Then you can apply as needed to your garden. Your organic fertilizer should always be spread over the top of your garden beds, before planting and adding compost.

Your light feeder plants like carrots and onions will require less organic fertilizer, than let us say corn and tomatoes which are considered heavy feeders. They not only need more on the first application, but also need continous applications every 21 to 28 days.

You can get more information on the Organic Spring Time blog, here…

Homemade Organic Fertilizer Recipe

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