He dug a hole in the ground and put a banana and a raw egg in it. What he does seems strange, but the result is incredible!

I usually use bananas and eggs in cooking, but I recently learned that they can also work wonders in the garden.

This may seem strange – after all, these are foods intended for consumption, not for gardening purposes.

However, the truth is that bananas and eggs can work wonders for plants, and you don’t need to be an expert gardener with a green thumb to succeed with them.

Many people perceive gardening as a time-consuming activity that requires extensive knowledge. You need to know what each specific plant needs to grow and thrive, such as the amount of sunlight required or the volume of water needed.

Personally, I don’t consider gardening my strong point, so I’ve been looking for simple tips that can help me along the way.

And here is one of those tips. It requires nothing more than a bunch of bananas, a few eggs and a jar, and yet it has racked up millions of views on YouTube.

So what makes this gardening tip so popular?

The trick, as you can understand, is to grow plants and seedlings efficiently, and there is a reason why eggs and bananas can be used to great advantage.

Eggshells serve as an economical alternative to fertilizer. So instead of emptying your wallet on fancy fertilizers, you can simply harness the powerful properties of eggshells – they’re rich in calcium and other minerals, making them perfect for growing plants.

However, it is said that using a whole egg gives even better results. When the egg decomposes, various substances are released, preventing root rot in the soil.

Meanwhile, bananas also contain a host of nutrients that are released when they break down. Banana peels, in particular, are rich in potassium, one of the most essential nutrients for plants.

You can create an effective (and cheap!) and natural fertilizer by burying these foods with your plant in the soil.

Here’s what you need to do:
Take a pot and fill it with about 5 centimeters of soil. Place a raw egg in the center of the pot, along with a banana, and fill it with more soil.

Next, plant the plant of your choice in the pot.

As the egg and banana decompose, the nutrients they contain will gradually be released into the soil, providing food for the plant to grow.

What’s even better about this tip is that you can use expired eggs and bananas that would otherwise be thrown away. Instead of just throwing them in the trash, you give them a new purpose; help your plants thrive and flower!

In the video below (or here) you can see how to use eggs and bananas as fertilizer to grow tomatoes. Brilliant, if you ask me!

Pour ma part, je vais certainement essayer cette astuce. Les méthodes naturelles sont un grand plus pour moi, donc je préfère utiliser des œufs et des bananes plutôt que des engrais ! Sans compter les économies importantes que vous réaliserez grâce à cette astuce économique.

N’hésitez pas à partager si vous connaissez quelqu’un qui apprécierait cela. C’est parfait, surtout en cette période de printemps !


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