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My wife and I have been getting into gardening together. I really appreciated this post, especially because I don't have a lot of experience with fertilizers. I never would have guessed that fish and seaweed were great for improving soil nutrients. Thanks for sharing this. https://www.naturesafe.com/markets/organic-farming/
 

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I read on a blog post that fish, bone and blood are good fertilisers for tomato plants when transplanting them into the open space garden. I'm somehow afraid to try it, though, as I think there will be a terrible odour around the whole garden.
 

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I read on a blog post that fish, bone and blood are good fertilisers for tomato plants when transplanting them into the open space garden. I'm somehow afraid to try it, though, as I think there will be a terrible odour around the whole garden.
You want have a odor...im new to gardening myself...growing my first...but i have a friend she uses fish guts. ..putting them about a foot below were she puts them about 4in in the ground around her plants and there the best tomatoes ever...diffidently try it..just the waste of the fish wouldn't use the bones.
 

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I had no idea that fish guts are used for that. When I started gardening (a couple of years ago) the most common organic fertilizer I used was cow excrement and it did amazing job. My garden is healthy and flourishing and the flowers... never seen them blooming so wildly. I know it is a bit "smelly exercise", but your garden will be much more revitalized after it. So trust me and try! :)
 
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