How to make homemade fertilizer for indoor plants

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Here are the steps to make your own DIY natural and organic fertilizer homemade fertilizer using Banana peels. We use banana peels because it provides a great source of potassium and nitrogen that the plant needs to grow. You can also use Potato or Mango peels, but banana peels are the best.

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Ingredients

  • 2 Banana peel

  • Water (Rain water, if available)

  • Bowl

Instructions

  • Cut the banana peels into small pieces and put them in a bowl

  • Add water to the bowl and let it dry in a shade for 3 days.

  • On the third day, the color of the water will be brown.

  • Strain the peels from the water and use the water.

  • Use 50% of this fertilizer water, with 50% of normal water.

  • Try to use this fertilizer mixed with your water, once every week.

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