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10 Ways To Use Banana Peels In Your Garden As Fertilizer

Use banana peels in your garden instead of throwing them away! Here's 10 ways to use banana peels in your garden. Easy projects you can do today! From FrugalChicken


Banana peels are a fantastic source of potassium 42%. They do not contain nitrogen, which makes using them perfect for plants like tomatoes and peppers, which have a low nitrogen need. Banana peels also contain calcium, manganese, sodium, magnesium and sulphur. Soak 1 banana peel in a quart jar for a week. Pour banana-infused water around peppers and tomato plants. Honeydew and passionflower will do too. Throw the banana peel into the compost bin thereafter.

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16 Ingenius Ways To Re-Use Banana Peels

Don't throw your banana peels away! Here are 16 ingenious ways to reuse them, from getting rid of warts, whitening teeth and shining silver.

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How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.

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Banana Peel Plant Fertilizer Spray

Did you know that you can make an incredibly healthy plant fertilizer spray with old banana peels? Here's my recipe that costs only pennies to make- sounds cool...

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Feeding your hungry Clematis for beautiful blooms

Feeding your hungry Clematis for beautiful and massive banana peels, eggshells and tomato discards, put them in a blender with water, puree, then pour around the root areas. Clematis should be fed supplements like this from February through September.

9 Unusual Ways You Can Use Banana Peels (infographic)

9 Unusual Ways You Can Use Banana Peels (infographic)


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Apple, Banana & Cinnamon Smoothie

Apple, Banana & Cinnamon Smoothie Recipe