Once springtime is upon us, we are all ready to enjoy the season of renewal. There’s nothing quite like watching all of the snow melt away and seeing all of the flowers bloom anew. If you are looking to grow vegetables of your own, then you have probably already stopped to consider the benefits of creating your own fertilizer. Thanks to this helpful hack, you can alter your gardening fortunes for the better.
Those who have taken the time to study fertilizers in the past can tell you that they are typically not cheap. In most instances, a would be gardener who is in search of the best fertilization methods will be forced to fork over a pretty penny. But did you know that you have the ability to create your very own fertilizer by using items that are easily found in the average household?
Best of all, there is no difficult process to learn more about and there are no tricks to be taught. All you need are some bananas and some eggs and you are off and running. Once the hole has been dug where your plants will be placed, take a banana that has not been peeled and place it at the bottom. Place an egg next to the banana as well.
Once the banana and the egg have been placed at the bottom of the hole, it is time to refill the hole halfway. After you have taken the time to refill the hole with dirt up to the recommended halfway point, you can then add your chosen plant. The top is placed on top of the banana and the egg and this allows the plant to reap the benefits of their decomposition.
When bananas and eggs decompose, the nutrients from these foods are then released into the soil. The plant absorbs these valuable nutrients and we are able to enjoy their growth without having to spend an exorbitant sum on various fertilization techniques. Shout out to this man for providing all of us with one of the most helpful gardening hacks that we have ever seen.
Be sure to share this with each and every one of your fellow gardeners who are looking to discontinue their usage of potentially harmful chemical fertilization techniques. All of the do it yourself farmers out there are bound to enjoy this excellent hack!
h/t Crispy Whisper