How-To: Using Banana Peels In The Garden

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Are you someone who adds scrap food to a compost pile religiously? Fruits like bananas are perfect for a compost pile as they add vital nutrients. If you want a simple way to add nutrients to a garden when a fertilizer is needed, then you may find using banana peels in the garden to be beneficial.

There are many ways to go about using banana peels in the garden. One way that old peels can be used is to make fertilizer that is a liquid. If you can make a water infusion with herbs or fruits, then making a liquid fertilizer is easy to do. Just place some banana peels in a quart or so of water and wait about a week or two.

Another option for using banana peels in the garden is to make a nutrient-rich powder. Drying out your banana peels with a dehydrator and then grinding them in a food processor will create the powder.

A list of unique ways for using banana peels in the garden is on survivalathome.com here…

How-To: Using Banana Peels In The Garden


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