Homemade Fertilizer Tablets - Ideas for gardens and decoration

Homemade Fertilizer Tablets – Ideas for gardens and decoration

In today's space we will talk about how to perform easily fertilizer tablets Homemade If you want to know how homemade fertilizer is made, read on!

Homemade tablets for the substrate, will be a well known method for some of you but today we want to explain it to those who do not know it and want to take it into account.

The method can be varied according to our needs, its is to try and check to see how it is. Remember that the person who is going to make the recipe should make sure that the nutrients are available when we are going to make it so that the composition is as complete as possible. We remember that we can also do it with a single compound, if the plant requires it.

This type of tablets has great results to strengthen the substrate of plants, rhizomes, cuttings, bulbs … we must administer the tablets every three weeks approximately. This will depend on how large the plant is or if we see an alteration in its development.

The elements that we are going to need are:

  • Clay – Amount smaller than a tennis ball =

  • Potassium nitrate -2 teaspoons-

  • Potassium sulfate -1 teaspoon-

  • Bone meal -3 teaspoons-

  • Magnesium sulfate -3 teaspoons- (should be avoided if the water is not soft and has a high magnesium content or contains commercial fertilizer)

  • CSM + B -1 teaspoon-. We can also use another micronutrient fertilizer for example aquarium or garden, with low Copper content.

The first thing we are going to do is take some clay, we have already said that something smaller than a tennis ball. We crush this piece of clay well and form a small disk.

Then with a small spoon, we are adding to the disk formed with all the mentioned salts. Once cast we knead the clay disk again, to mix the salts with the clay and thus homogenize all the components we can.

Then we make the disc again and we are repeating the steps with all the salts we have and then knead to get the ball as homogeneous as we can.

Finally, take the ball and take out small balls of different sizes. All tiny ones of 1 cm in diameter or less. Finally we let the balls located on a newspaper and dry them well and then store them in a container until we want to use them.

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