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Tomatoes need calcium to achieve their full flavor potential, and calcium is often greatly lacking in our soils. 95% of a dry eggshell is calcium carbonate. When planting your tomato plants crush up (to powder) about 4 or 5 egg shells and put them in the bottom of the hole. Then plant your tomato on top. They'll provide calcium and prevent blossom end rot.

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Rico y delicioso fertilizante natural

Dried Banana Peel Chips Great Plant Fertilizer~I have used this with my roses, and they bloom like crazy after I put the banana peels on them

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How to Grow Garlic

How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more) - you can always have fresh garlic!

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Sweet Tomatoes - Baking Soda in the Soil is the Trick

Use Baking Soda to Get Sweet Tomatoes

Crushed egg shells can be used to provide a valuable source of calcium for growing plants and to aid in deterring pests without the use of chemicals in a vegetable garden.

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Tomatoes and their need for water

The secret to growing a bumper tomato crop: basically, drill holes in a trash can, then bury it with compost in the bottom and fill it with water every other day.

Epsom Salt for Tomato, and Pepper Growing, helps prevent blossom end rot and encourages bigger fruit and healthier plants.

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Shannon’s Homemade Monster Tomato Fertilizer Recipe

Monster Tomato Fertilizer Recipe * 2-3 doz. Crushed Egg Shells * 2 cups Bone Meal * 1/2 cup Epsom Salts * 14 Crushed Aspirin ~ natural rooting hormone * 1/4 cup of this Mix ~ Add to Bottom When Planting Tomats


How to Grow an Aloe Plant With Just an Aloe Leaf

How to Grow an Aloe Plant With Just an Aloe Leaf.

Secrets to Tomato Growing Success 10 simple tips for your best tomatoes ever.