Question by  Bob81 (33)

What is a good homemade fertilizer for vegetables?

I need to fertilize my vegetables but want to avoid adding chemicals to them.


Answer by  Tatvumasi (20)

You can use the pulp of fruits and vegetables from a juicer. You can also add used ground coffee powder to your plants.


Answer by  Anonymous

Milk and water 1:4 ratio, once a week/epsom salt one tablespoon to one gallon of water once a month/eggshells and hair any kind of hair thrown in when planting and can be throw ontop of the soil anytime. Now watch the results on any of your plants including house plants.


Answer by  champaign9497 (11977)

I use tobacco juice mixed with apple juice and it works like magic everytime the most important thing is to use the correct tobbacco I buy the red man chewing tobaco and let it soak overnight in hot water when cooled mix with apple juice and water plants.


Answer by  drJ (841)

The best natural fertilizer for any plant is compost. This allows you to be especially "green" because you recycle food scraps (not meat), leaf waste, coffee grounds, and shredded paper into a nutrient-rich fertilizer.


Answer by  ruffy (1117)

well as anyone would tell you poop chicken cow or pig is the best fertilizer that i know about put in dirt and till good let sit and till again then plant

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