Gardening for Beginners

Bury An Egg In Your Garden Soil and What Happens A Few Days Later Will Surprise You

In this video, I’m going share with you a genius life hack for the garden! Bury an egg in your garden soil and what happens a few days later will surprise you! Well, this certainly took me by surprise, but I’m telling you, the effect and benefits are amazing! This is one of the best gardening tips out there! Good soil means everything for a gardener looking to raise healthy, happy plants. While there are countless chemicals and expensive solutions, there are actually many natural ways to boost nutrients and maintain a successful garden.

This video will show you different ways to use eggs as a natural fertilizer to make any type of soil enriched with nutrients. After which you’ll never feel the need to buy those expensive chemical fertilizers again. The solution to a thriving plant may be as simple as the effort it takes to bury an egg in your garden soil! As you prepare your pots with soil, simply include a raw egg at the bottom. Over time the egg will decompose and will work as a natural fertilizer for the seedlings. You can also just sprinkle some crushed egg shell fertilizer on top of the soil. Which works just as good as buried eggs in the garden. But, you can also make a nutritious eggshell tea fertilizer. Or, make some DIY eggshell seed starters! Eggshells have nitrogen, calcium, and phosphoric acid which make them an ideal choice for garden use. So next time you boil or fry an egg, don’t throw away the egg shells, but instead recycle them to grow seedlings.

Watch this video and you will learn more about some natural ways to have a healthy garden and potted plants. Give it a try yourself! Bury an egg in your garden soil and see what happens a few days later!

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