5 types of junk you should save
Some kinds of kitchen scraps to fertilize garden plants, indoor plants, very safe for health.
According to the gardening experts at Grow Veg (USA), crushed eggshells are perfect for garden soil. If you don’t want to waste time grinding them, you can soak them in water for a few days and then use that water to water your plants. The calcium in eggshells gives the soil a beneficial boost.
The 2019 report was published in frontiers in plant science (USA) rates calcium as an element that helps improve the structural integrity of cell walls and helps plants prevent pathogens. Calcium also sends signals around the plant body to warn of potential viruses. Grow Veg added that eggshells added to tomato plants help prevent flower head rot.
The benefits of garden coffee have been mentioned in many scientific publications. So although many people think coffee is acidic, the coffee grounds used must also be acidic, but this is not true. A study from Oregon State University showed that the pH of ground coffee is neutral.
The study above shows the benefits of coffee grounds when added to soil: they help improve soil fertility. Coffee grounds provide important nutrients to the soil, especially nitrogen.
However, you should not apply too much coffee grounds to the ground coffee. A report was published in the newspaper The guard (older brother) As he points out, ground coffee contains caffeine, which is known to stunt plant growth in certain species.
Banana peels contribute many nutrients to the soil, but their magnesium content sets them apart. Magnesium is important for photosynthesis, it activates the enzymes that allow chlorophyll to function. Magnesium-deficient plants will only focus on transferring nutrients from the bottom up.
Like egg shells, banana peels can be soaked in water or fermented and then used as a solution in a spray bottle. In addition, this solution effectively repels bed bugs.
According to the facility Republic of TeaFallen tea leaves can be beneficial when applied directly to garden soil. You can mix them with soil. Tea bags also have the same effect but must be cut from the bag using only tea grounds.
Tea soil benefits derive from its nutrient content, including nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium, which make up the triad of elements commonly found in NPK fertilizers. Nitrogen supports tissue production and gives the leaves a bright, rich green color. Phosphorus is great for healthy roots and seeds, and increases the efficiency of plants that use solar energy. Potassium improves overall vitality, including the plant’s ability to resist disease.
Kitchen scraps: onion and garlic peels, leaves, vegetables, tubers
After cooking, you will surely find the kitchen littered with different types of organic waste. You need to make a small plastic container with a tight lid, make some holes in the bottom and the lid, put newspapers and dry leaves on the bottom of the container (about 1/4 the height of the box), and then the waste. as mentioned above, add coffee grounds, eggshells…mixed and then incubate the soil on top. This soil is rich in nutrients, suitable for growing plants, and safe, non-toxic to human health.
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