Pro Gardening Tip for Spring: Bury An Egg In The Soil

Pro Gardening Tip for Spring: Bury An Egg In The Soil | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

Well, this certainly took me by surprise, as I’m sure it will you, if you don’t already. This is such a clever gardening tip…I just had to share it with those of you who don’t know about this. Every Spring before planting, it is important to make sure the foundation for plants has the proper amount of nutrients for the new seeds or small plants you are adding to the garden. Instead of using store-bought fertilizer, this natural method can easily add this to your dirt. Learn why you might want to try burying an egg in the garden with this super interesting tip by a pro gardener.


This video will show you 6 ways to make any type of soil enriched with nutrients naturally. After which you’ll never feel the need to buy those expensive chemical fertilizers again. The solution to a thriving plant may be as simple as planting a raw egg. As you prepare your pots with soil, simply include a raw egg at the bottom. Over time the egg will decompose and will work as a natural fertilizer for the seedlings.

You can also use a crushed egg which works just as good as a whole egg.

Eggshells have nitrogen, calcium, and phosphoric acid which make them an ideal choice for garden use. So next time you boil or fry an egg, don’t throw away the egg shells, but instead recycle them to grow seedlings.

For example: A lack of calcium is to blame for this blight on the bottoms of tomatoes. Because crushed eggshells are a source of calcium, adding them to the soil can help keep your tomatoes healthy.


Watch this video by natural ways and you will learn more about how to have a healthy garden and potted plants!

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