Learn how to add some compost and compost tea to organic plants instead of fertilizer.
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Each time it rains, more nutrients will be carried into the upper root zone.
Garden tea, or compost tea, is liquid fertilizer that's created by mixing compost and water. You can also add blood meal, bone meal and manure to the mix. Let it dissolve for a week before you use it. Just pour a little over each plant. Do this once a week, and it replaces the use of liquid fertilizer.
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