How to make plant fertiliser with banana peels

How to make plant fertiliser with banana peels

Want one of our top tips for saving money in the garden and growing healthier plants? Let us introduce you to banana fertiliser - a great and easy hack to provide plants with calcium, phosphorus and potassium.

This nutrient-rich liquid fertiliser has heaps of benefits like improved seed germination, plant strength, root development and resistance to pests and diseases so if you want to make your very own, just keep reading to learn how.

All you’ll need is:

  • Water
  • A jar
  • Banana peels

All you’ll need to do:

  1. Fill up a jar with water
  2. Pop your banana peels in the jar and close the lid
  3. After 24 hours, you can tip the water into a plant or pour it into a spray bottle
  4. Chop up the banana peels and add them to your compost

And there you have it - an easy and cheap way to give your plants some much needed minerals.

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