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Eggshell Fertilizer + Banana Peel - Potassium & Calcium for Tomatoes & Peppers in Your Garden

Banana Peel and Eggshell Fertilizer - Potassium and Calcium for Tomato & Pepper Plants with Vitamix

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In this episode, I will show you how I make my own eggshell and banana peel organic vegetable garden fertilizer to provide extra calcium and potassium to my tomato and pepper plants.
Regardless of where your plants are, in a container or in your garden, this is a great way to supply them with organic calcium and potassium for cheap.

Calcium is important for plants in your organic vegetable garden because it prevents blossom end rot, which is the browning on the bottom of your fruit where the blossom used to be.
Whenever I eat eggs, I save the shells and make sure to wash them well so they don't smell. After I wash the eggshells, I would place them outside in the sun and let them dry out for a few hours. When dry, I would store them in the refrigerator until I'm ready to make my fertilizer. During the cold days (very rear in Arizona), I would store them in a plastic bag in the freezer until it's time to add some extra calcium fertilizer to my tomato and pepper plants.

Potassium is important for the plants in your organic vegetable garden because it makes them more resistant to pests, it helps them develop a healthy root system and it prevents the uneven ripening of the fruit.
Just like with eggshells, whenever I eat bananas, I would let the banana peels sit outside until completely dry and crunchy.

Whenever I'm ready to transplant my plants in to my organic vegetable garden, I put 50/50 ratio of banana peels and eggshells into my Vitamix and blend them for about 45 second or until the consistency is the same as the consistency of powdered sugar. Then, I would add a tablespoon in each planting hole and mix it with the soil before I put my tomato or pepper plant in it.

I always make sure to water my plants with Epsom salt water because it betters their ability to absorb the calcium from the soil. I mix 1 tablespoon of Epsom salt in 1 gallon of water and repeat the process every 2 weeks.

I also store my banana peels fresh in the freezer to add to a pitcher of water for watering my tomato and pepper seedlings and plants. I make sure to let the banana peels soak for 24 hours in the pitcher of water at room temperature and water the plants (or bottom water my seedlings) the next day.
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2 Min. Tip: How We Use Eggshells in Our Garden (Eggshell Calcium)

In today’s Two Minute Tip, I’ll show you how we use eggshells to improve soil fertility.

Eggshells contain a number of minerals that are essential to plant growth, most notably calcium, which plays an important role in the strength and thickness of plant cell walls. Sufficient calcium in the soil also helps prevent blossom end rot, which I’ll discuss later.

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How to control snails & slugs in your garden - 5 EZ organic methods

In today's episode we show you 5 easy ways to control snails and slugs in your garden. Snails and slugs. Slugs and Snails cause a lot of damage to gardens by chewing on edible leaves, vegetables and fruit. We show you 5 easy methods to control slugs and snails in your garden, including the beer trap method, the iron phosphate method and much more! Slugs and salt don't mix so be aware of your options!

Tomato Growing Mistakes - How to Avoid or Fix Them...How to Grow Tomatoes.

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How to Use Eggshells, Banana Peels, and Coffee Grounds in the Garden

In gardening, there are many over-complications of what should be a simple practice, and using kitchen scraps is a prime culprit! Today we look at three popular sources of kitchen waste - coffee grounds for plants, eggshells, and banana peels, and discuss the best way to use them in your garden.

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How and Why I Use Eggshells to Fertilize my Organic Garden

How I use Eggshells to fertilize my Organic Garden.
Over the last year I have been investigating the science behind garden practices methods and products in the Testing Garden Assumptions Series.
As a part of this series I have taken a look at a number of resources often sighted as being able to be used to fertilize your garden. I focused on free and local resources because I wanted to see if I could be a little more sustainable and hopefully fertilize my garden for years to come for free.
In order to analyze the fertilizer potential of a material I look at two main areas. The organic macro nutrients such as Nitrogen Phosphorus and Potassium that are required in higher concentrations and the trace elements or micro nutrients that are equally as important however required in significantly smaller concentrations.
Plants require or gain benefit from 21 elements of these 15 are commonly tested for in our analysis. Of the 6 remaining some are not commonly tested for while others such as Carbon, Oxygen and Hydrogen are gasses that are in consistent concentrations in our atmosphere.
So far free and local resources that have shown fertilizer potential are Coffee Grounds, Tea Leaves, Comfrey, Autumn Leaves, Wood ash or Woodchips and even Human Urine. Today I thought I would take a look at another commonly recommended organic amendment Eggshells.
The main recommendation is that eggshells are made primarily of Calcium Carbonate and calcium is required by many plants and is critical for things such as healthy tomato production helping to avoid things like blossom end rot.
The assumption that eggshells have high concentrations of calcium is quite correct. Researchers in the Netherlands had eggshells from a number of sources analyzed and found that the concentration of calcium in eggshells averaged around 390 mg/g or 39% of the shell.
The calcium in eggshells is not immediately available to plants. It needs to be in its elemental form as appose to the calcium carbonate. Some sources recommend treating eggshells with vinegar or acetic acid to release the calcium. Unfortunately while egg shells will react with vinegar it does not release the elemental calcium it simply binds it and neutralizes the acid.

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HOW TO MAKE FERTILIZER FROM EGGSHELLS - ORGANIC CALCIUM FOR PLANTS - DIY FERTILIZER

How to make your own organic calcium fertilizer from eggshells. Eggshells are an excellent source of calcium (also magnesium) for your organic garden. After watching this video you will be able to take your eggshells and turn them into a fine supplement that will do wonders for your vegetables and ornamentals.
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How To Make Eggshell Fertilizer For Plants | Homemade Eggshell Plant Fertilizer for flowers, fruits

This method uses water and eggshells to yield a cheap, nutrient-rich eggshells water for your houseplants and garden.

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Powdering Egg Shells for Calcium Rich Soil

What a great way to use your egg shells :D Calcium is essential for all plants, but tomatoes, peppers, chilies, potatoes, lettuce, cabbage, grapes & melons and several others benefit greatly from calcium rich soil. We are grinding down our hens shells to enrich our soil with calcium, in this video we share how :)

How to Use Egg Shells as Fertilizer for Tomato Plants

How to Use Egg Shells as Fertilizer for Tomato Plants. Part of the series: Garden Space. Using egg shells as fertilizer for tomato plants requires you to have access to a good compost pile or tumbler. Use egg shells as fertilizer for tomato plants with help from the owner of Eden Condensed in this free video clip.

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How to Make An Aspirin Spray & Drench for Tomatoes: Activate Natural Defenses & Use Less Chemicals!

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