Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

As you know, in order for your garden to give an abundant, healthy harvest, you should work hard. The earth should be properly fertilized. And, in spite of the fact that the modern chemical industry offers a large number of means for improving and increasing the fertility of the soil, people traditionally prefer to use organic fertilizers, useful and easily accessible.

Working on your own site, you always have at hand a lot of substances from which you can easily produce suitable fertilizers, especially if you have a small farm: livestock or poultry.

In the last article we considered the possibility of using manure, bird litters and plants for the preparation of nutrient fertilizers. Today we will talk about how to make a composite compost and use peat so that the soil in the garden and the garden is always prepared for the future harvest.

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Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

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Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

Organic fertilizers in your garden. Part 2

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