FRUGALLIVING – No one wants to be as happy as your work! Find some items that are left unused for some time – old bicycles, stairs, wheelbarrows. Do not hesitate to delete parts that may appear “very industrial”, remove tires from the wheels, connect features that generally have nothing to do with each other, play, and be creative.
If you want to throw a broken bucket, don’t live it, because they continue to be perfect for serving you with other uses. Enter at the bottom of the gravel drainage arrangement, fill it with soil and you want to get a unique pot. The stairs can be fixed in an extended position and you install 2 thick boards like shelves – that’s the original rack for flowering plants and other plants.
It is not required to be complicated, nor is it a fountain or an expensive pond, observe through the basement and kitchen and observe what can be used as decoration in your garden. Do you want to throw away your leftover teapot? Don’t live it, we want to show you why. You can use it again and make attractive page makeup, which you want to be in the spotlight in your garden and all people want to be admired. There is so much inspirational inspiration, observe at the bottom, and you will always be amazed!
One of the things that have become a leader in gardening knowledge in the last few years is the realization of the effectiveness of liquid fertilizer. Organic gardeners have long recognized this. After all, for plants to absorb nutrients, they must first be dissolved in water so that the roots run out.
The bonus impulse arises when the dissolution has been established so that a meal has been prepared for the plant. Some nutrients can be absorbed by other plant tissues such as stems and leaves for a spike in bonus development.
Compost is known as a source of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium that is there, 3 large fertilizer nutrients. However, the compost character, because it comes from a variety of plant materials, ensures that it is a fantastic source of micronutrients needed for maximum development. Plants that are given compost tend to be healthier, tastier, and better looking. Then how the method of obtaining the efficacy of compost plus the efficacy of liquid fertilizer? Simply put, make tea.
The easiest thing to try is to think of the nearest teapot and kettle when drinking tea. Although you can get rid of loose leaves to stretch them through a mustache or at least a tea strainer, usually people use tea eggs to hold the leaves or take tea bags ready to use from the box.
Inside it enters the pot and the boiling water from the kettle enters to begin the process of dissolving the tea part and the mass of chemicals that dissolve from the leaves. After waiting for a while, the tea is ready for use and the residue goes into the compost heap. For compost tea, we carry out the same thing:
- 1. Make a teabag. Have a gunny sack or the like and a shovel in some compost. The amount is not critical but generous. There will be no waste. Tie the bag until it is closed.
- 2. Have a teapot. A 5-gallon bucket works well. If you have black, it’s much better. Very nice dark trash can.
- 3. Place the teabag in the teapot.
- 4. Add water. It doesn’t have to be hot, but if you have a tube sitting in the sun’s bottom, it helps.
- 5. Allow for part of the day or longer. The black tin will soak up the heat and make the tea stronger and lighter. Not too much no matter how strong, I haven’t heard about compost tea that makes this plant hurt.
- 6. Remove the “teabag” and water the plants with tea.
- 7. Place the remaining compost on a pile that is piling up material (remember, there is no waste).
- 8. Refill the bag and start drinking again.
Right now what you have to do is go back to look at the growing plants with their great encouragement. What else can you get to get a cup of orange pekoe and sit while you and the yard enjoy your tea?