How to make your own organic fertilizer

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GRock dust, organic fertilizers, feeding the soil, earth worm casting….worm poop about ph coffee grinds.. coffee anyone? using soybeans high in nitrogen and more!!! yes

13 Responses to “How to make your own organic fertilizer”

  1. ColtyZoltog says:

    @samann95014

    Even If your a vegan humans still produce fecal coli-forms or the ecoli bacteria, it is possible to use human excretement but the “human casting” would have to be sterilized to a specific temperature to eliminate the bacteria in the decompostion process or composting.

  2. invisiblegardener says:

    If you all want more let me know….

  3. invisiblegardener says:

    @blabityblabblab

    dont forget llama manure too

  4. invisiblegardener says:

    @bobbyesterly

    1.compost by grinding first
    2. grind then add water then use a small mount on plants
    3. bury then plant on top

  5. invisiblegardener says:

    @samann95014

    you can if your a vegan

  6. samann95014 says:

    why human castings are no good. what can we do to convert it good?

  7. bobbyesterly says:

    What if I have some fish heads left over from this morning, how can I turn those into nutrients? Soak them in water and use the water or what? All help appreciated, thanks.

  8. invisiblegardener says:

    any type of animal manure is good, just compost it before using….

  9. blabityblabblab says:

    @Jinete28 – he said the smallest was the worms & largest was elephant… i think horses & cows are between those & are fine! also, sheep, goat & bunny manure are excellent.

  10. 1fanstockmister says:

    wow you gave out a lot of free info thanks you 5 stars

  11. invisiblegardener says:

    excellent of course

  12. Jinete28 says:

    what about cow and horse manure, I have a lot of it, and no one uses it. I used it last year and got a really good crop, I seed corn and milo sorghum.

  13. hombrelupa says:

    Gracias!

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