Are you looking for alternatives to synthetic fertilizers? On a quest for a more chemical-free lifestyle? Learn how simple it is to recycle weeds, seashells, spent beer grains and more to improve your soil, save money and conserve resources.
Homemade fertilizers can be inexpensive and effective if you know:
- how to make them
- when to apply them
- how to apply them
- what plants to use them on
Get access to more than fifty natural fertilizer recipes in one convenient eBook. Find solutions to plant and soil problems and customize applications for your garden. Only with organic fertilizers and soil amendment strategies can you create a well-balanced, chemical-free ecosystem that attracts pollinators and beneficial insects while fighting off damaging pests.
“There is no other reference out there that covers as many materials and techniques under one cover.”
“50 Homemade Fertilizers and Soil Amendments” is the ultimate collection of organic recipes for soil conditioners, planting bed amendments and plant fertilizers using FREE materials you can find around your house and town.
Create your own organic fertilizers and soil amendments using many of these common materials:
Alfalfa, banana peels, beans, beer (spent grains), borage, borax, comfrey, coffee grounds, compost, cover crops and green manures, crustacean shells, egg shells, Epsom salt, fish, grass, hair, leaves, manure (chicken, cow, goat, horse, rabbit, sheep), milk, nut shells, pet food, pine needles and straw, rainwater, rock dust, seaweed an kelp, urine (warnings too), weeds, wood and plant ashes and worm castings.
Make your own fertilizers for your organic vegetable garden BUT BEWARE OF HEALTH RISKS. Get critical tips in the eBook to stay safe!
Do you know which type of manure works best for pumpkins? For tomatoes? Manures from different animals do not perform the same. They contain different nutrients. Certain plants will respond better to specific manures. Find out which manure to use depending on what you plant. Do you know how to use manures safely? Get key warnings and procedures to ensure your food does not get contaminated.
Find out why the answers to these questions matter for your garden:
- How do plants absorb nutrients?
- What is the difference between fertilizers and soil amendments and why is this important?
- WHAT is organic matter, WHY do we need it and WHERE do I get it?
- What are the pros and cons of synthetic and natural fertilizers?
- Are there easy and no cost alternatives to pH Tests?
Also included in the eBook:
Lazy Gardeners Guide to Composting with Worms. Learn many secrets to success without the need for any special equipment!
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“I am so happy I purchased this book. I am a kids’ gardening teacher and a busy mother of 2. I got the kindle version and now I quickly search through it every time I get stuck with a problem in my garden or at a school’s. It always comes up with very good easy to implement suggestions and saves the day! Recommend it BIG TIME!”
“I throw so much stuff away everyday, now I can use a lot of it to make my soil better & fertilize my veggies! I like how the book is organized with lots of great information up front & then for each recipe it explains why it works, which plants will benefit from it, what to combine with it& how to make it several ways. It’s go a lot to work with. Any ideas for houseplants? Please write a book on homemade fertilizers for houseplants!”
“I was thinking of starting a garden this year and have never had very good luck before. I got some great ideas that I can’t wait to try.”
“These are some really “down to earth” ways to fertilize! I got some great ideas and since I don’t consider myself having a green thumb, this gave me a little boost in confidence that I can do this too! I would recommend this to any beginner or advanced gardener!”
“My garden has done a 180 since using these techniques – I got over 100 cucumbers this past summer on beds made from kitchen scraps. I learned also how to grow more tomato plants from cuttings! Buy one plant and get 10 MORE!!!”