Liquid Fertilizers for Organic Gardening — 5 Comments

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  2. for people who want to learn more about these techniques, google “beneficial microorganisms”. There are lots of DIY recipes to grow your own from scratch, suited to your local environment and conditions.

      • I have seen a lot of really good techniques. Basically, you leave some rice water in the forest for a while to gather bacteria, and then add a bit of molasses and grow them. Once you have a starter, it is just a matter of adding more feed to expand.

        I really like the approach of using local microorganisms vs buying an EM product. The local microorganisms will be better suited to your particular climate and conditions than any bought product.

        • That’s a good idea. Local microorganisms would probably be more beneficial. But I wonder if you would get the full range as promoted by some brands? At some point the difference would be minor. Maybe try both and compare. (EM is cheap.)

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