If your garden soil isn’t in good condition and needs recycling, there’re a number of things one can do to fertilize their home garden without breaking the bank. Soil can become contaminated or polluted over time. So, it’s important to keep a regular check on your soil to stay on the safe side. You can also hire a professional soil removal/recycle company to keep your soil healthy and fertile. Enviro-Disposal Group, with a huge amount of experience in removing and recycling contaminated soil, can surely help you. They are available throughout New York and New Jersey.
Let’s find out how you can make fish fertilizer:
Fish bones, heads and guts are believed to be high in plant nutrients like potassium, nitrogen, amino acids, and phosphorous acid. You can get fresh bones, guts or heads from fish like salmon or tuna, or freeze fish parts to make fish fertilizer later in the spring.
Steps to making fish fertilizer
- Collect fish bones, guts or heads from your own cooking or buy them from your local fish shop.
- Combine one fish part with two parts water in the airtight container.
- Now place it in a sunny place far from your home reach to prevent the pungent smell.
- Stir the container every two days for around 2 weeks. Now you’re ready to use the fish fertilizer for your garden soil.
- You can also use aquarium water from your tank to fertilize your garden soil. You’re not supposed to use salt water. Always use fresh water from fresh water tank.
- Fish fertilizer is believed to be good for beets, leafy greens, broccoli and Brussel sprouts.
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