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How to make your own organic fertilizer

Top 10 Organic Fertilizers

Straightforward advice with tons of great pics!

Improve Your Soil with Homemade Fertilizer - Photo courtesy iStock/Thinkstock (UrbanFarmOnline.com)

Six Steps to Successfully Taking HARDWOOD Cuttings of TREES and Shrubs

4 Step Guide to Building a Herb Spiral

Here are the steps for how to keep a large potted flower or container garden healthy.

how to make and use compost tea the ultimate organic fertilizer, composting, container gardening, gardening, go green, Although not appetizing to drink compost tea is great for your plants

Learn how to harvest wet-seeded plants, such as tomatoes or squash, to save and replant for next year's garden. | Photo: Simon Wheeler Ltd/Garden Picture Library/Getty | thisoldhouse.com

Homemade liquid compost - great for apartment gardeners who don't have a compost heap.

Worms fertilize soil naturally. They're the best garden helpers around!

Organize Your Garden Shed • Lots of Ideas & Tutorials!

Banana Peel Fertilizer - Stone Family Farmstead

Vermicompost is one of the most nutritious and sustainable fertilizers you can use in your garden. Here are some tips on how to harvest it and use it to feed your plants.

Stinky But Effective – Comfrey Fertilizer Tea | PreparednessMama: "With three times the amount of potassium that is found in regular manure tea, it’s hard to find a fertilizer that packs a bigger potassium punch." | #prepbloggers #organic #garden

I love this! Peter Rabbit's coat and shoes scarecrow in Mr McGregor’s Garden. So cute!

It’s the mess in your garage ? now you’re in the mood to get everything organized before winter in order to find your tools back at spring time ? Here below are easy garden tools organizations you can make. This not only keeps them organized and out of the way, but it also allows easy access to th…

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Save your vegetable cooking water! The water has a lot of nutrients that your garden thrives on. Wait for the water to cool down first, and then use it to “fertilize” your garden or potted plants. This makes for a green and happy garden! You could also drink the stuff, but who wants to do that

Using banana peels as fertilizer for the garden & container plants. "Bananas are rich in phosphorus and potassium, both of them important macro-nutrients for the plants. Potassium in particular is the responsible for the new formation of flower buds."

How to Make Organic Plant Food