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Making Homemade Fertilizer Using Seaweeds

Written by Paulo Martirez on Friday, October 17, 2008

Commercial fertilizers are a pain in the pocket for farmers nowadays. This is one of the main reason why some agricultural products are so expensive for consumers.

Here is a recipe for a homemade fertilizer using not chemicals but "seaweeds". Great for those living near the ocean as this salt water plant is very abundant and most of all, it's free.

What You Need:
• Seaweeds
• A topless barrel
• Water

Instructions:
1. Wash your seaweeds with fresh water thoroughly to remove the salt deposits. Or, a more easier way but I know effectively only when its rainy season is that let the seaweeds sit in the rain for a few days.

2. When you are sure that there are no more salt deposits present, put the seaweeds on a large topless barrel together with equal amount of fresh water.

3. Let the mixture sit for about eight weeks. Do not forget to stir thoroughly every two or three days.

4. After eight weeks, your seaweed fertilizer is done and ready to apply to your crops.

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