Make Your Own Natural Liquid Fertilizers: Seaweed and 'Gardener's Revenge' Recipes


I longed for huge pumpkins for Halloween, tall sunflowers and plentiful chili and tomato plants, and I found that even with repeated mulching throughout the season, my plants were missing a boost of nutrients, so I made my own natural liquid feeds or fertilizers.

Now, I have sunflowers nearly 15 feet tall, tomatoes ripening nicely, three repeat harvests of chili peppers, squash and pumpkin harvests which don’t seem to stop as well as luscious peaches the size of baseballs, and not to mention, numerous crops of broccoli which are on a cut-and-come-again rotation!

Garden with natural fertilizer

The growth was astounding in a short space of time and in this post I would like to share with you step by step how to make your own liquid fertilizers.

Making your own liquid fertilizers is incredibly easy, super thrifty, less wasteful and you will be able to see the benefits very quickly.

To make the recipes below you will need the following equipment:

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