Tuesday, 23 June 2015

Homemade Acidic Fertilizer

Homemade Acidic Fertilizer: look at Picture of Homemade Acidic Fertilizer!
In fact plants acidic fertilizer is also important as that of organic fertilizers for plants (azaleas,roses,rhododendrons, blueberry, hibiscus and other acid-loving plants) needs acidic fertilizers.
For instance,eggshells are almost 100% calcium carbonate, one of the main ingredients in agricultural lime; vinegar has acetic acid; & coffee not only lowers your soil pH ,it also enriches it with nitrogen,magnesium and potassium.
Too much use of fertilizer can make soil too acidic so thee fertilizers should be used in a limit.

- Epsom Salt Fertilizer
- Coffee Ground Fertilizer
- Egg Shell Fertilizer
- Vinegar Fertilizer
- Fish Tank Fertilizer

Are some of the accidic fertilizers wich can be made in home with less cost for plants.

Epsom salt fertilizer:use in place vegetable plants,rose plant, peppers,houseplants
- 1 table spoon Epsom salt
- 1 gallon (4.5 liter)of water
combine the Epsom salt and water and use this solution to water your plants.repeat once a month. Epsom salt is made up of magnesium and sulphate-both vital plant nutrients.

Coffee ground fertilizer
- used coffee grounds
- newspaper
spread news paper.
then spread used coffee grounds out on the paper and allow them to dry completely in sunlight for about 2-3 days.
sprinkle the coffee ground around the base of your rose plant.
- If coffee grounds are going to be spread upon the soil, why bother drying them?
- Contrary to popular belief, used coffee grounds are not acidic; they can act as a safe substitute for nitrogen-rich manure in the compost pile. They can also be mixed into soil as an amendment or spread onto the surface of the soil.

Coffee grounds can be an excellent addition to a compost pile. The grounds are relatively rich in nitrogen, providing bacteria the energy they need to turn organic matter into compost. About 2 percent nitrogen by volume, used coffee grounds can be a safe substitute for nitrogen-rich manure in the compost pile.

Egg shell fertilizer:
Egg shells
save your egg shells and allow them to dry.
place the dried shell in the blender and pulse until they are turned to fine powder.
Sprinkle in your garden.
Eggshells are made up almost calcium carbonate.

Vinegar fertilizer:
1 table spoon white vinegar
1 gallon of water

combine the white vinegar and water.
use the solution to water your plants.
repeat every three months.
the acetic acid in vinegar works to increase the acidity of the soil.
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