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    1. That’s a great thing you’re doing. I will Google search you thanks for coming by and sharing that information.

  2. Good morning Mr and Mrs John May God bless you lovely couple as well as your son RegardsNarayan Rao LS

  3. Medicinal Herbs

    In Medicinal herbs , the sugar you mention is Molasses ?
    How much do we add ?

    1. Hey Rohit, for the FPJ you mix the plants with sugar at a 3:1 ratio. And for the LHH Liquid Herb Hormone it’s the same. You add 1/3 of the amount of herbs you used in sugar. Molasses works good and so does brown sugar. We use brown sugar. When making a large batch, molasses would be more economical. Thanks for the questions!

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  5. Absolutely love the information given here! great job and thank you.
    I just had one question, how long can these liquid fertilizers last? once the process is completed.

    1. Hi, thanks for the comment and compliment! Just saw it. I’ve learned they can last all the way up to a year in a perfect storage environment. I prefer to use them before 6 to 8 months are up. But this is not based on anything. I haven’t tested it. But I do remember learning that they can last up to a year. Not the most helpful answer, but that’s how we handle it.

  6. Amazing blog post!!
    You have shared valuable information about “Organic Liquid Fertilizer “. Keep sharing this kind of information!!

    1. Thanks Ben! Seasol looks like a great product and you guys seem like a great company. I have some clients from AU, mostly Perth area (I do SEO), so that’s cool to get a comment from an Aussie. Cheers.

  7. Checked brown rice water, looking healthy, white sediment on top, Sunday I’ll be adding the milk and start a batch of LHH. Anyone heard of using native plants for the KNF liquid fertilisers ? I’ve been told that the Wandoo trees leave a type of acid in the ground which prevents plant growth. Perth Australia. I live for this type of lifestyle.. Love it

    1. How awesome to be able to do natural farming in Perth! I work with a few small businesses there and know a lot about your Perth WA suburbs even though I’ve never been. Maybe one day. As far as native plants, using what you have locally for the fertilisers is the best way to do it. That’s interesting about the Wandoo trees. Cheers!!

  8. Hi

    Which fertiliser or fertiliser combo would you recommend for fruiting plants such as tomatoes please, its my first attempt, im rather excited!

  9. GOOD DAY Sprouting Fam!
    I like the site. I’m just finishing up my first year if natural natural gardening and then I stumbled on your site. Very Nice. I am really encouraged that others see the value in natural fertilizers. I was just ready that there is going to be a large scale fertilizer shortage on a world wide level due to many factors. For this moment in world history due to lack of employable individuals, due to Covid restrictions, and a shortage of some fuels. Specifically Natural Gas which is used in the production of Nitrogen. That being said, never has there been a better time to start making your own liquid fertilizer rather than buying something that is rising in cost along with the price of foods we have to buy at the store.
    This first year has been a blast. My garden has never been so productive and I really feel more in touch with the whole process. I have been a Chef for 40 years and I have always grown my own herbs and vegetables. I got put ing a situation were I couldn’t just run down to the store and buy what I wanted to for gardening. I started saving all containers and all unused food to make a garden. What a blast! I am in a facility for a short time where all our food comes from from one kitchen and there isn’t much variety. Most people won’t even finish the food they are given. All that food goes strait into my recycled container box. I ferment it and save the juice off the fermenter and save it until I am sure the fermentation has finished. Very cool! What is left, I will mix with water at 1/100, it depends on what food the other residents her not eating.
    I have have not tried making fermentation tea with specific vegetable matter but I have seen that I get a great deal more nitrogen from dried green leaves than table waste. I’ve also seen that unused fruit juices are a great was to give your fermentation take a boost anytime it starts to slow down to much. ATTENTION! Don’t let Sugar SUBSTITUTES get in your fermentor. They kill bacteria. Good luck! Eat a Banana and save your peel!

  10. Is this statement accurate?

    “Is brown sugar mandatory in organic liquid fertilizer recipes?

    Brown sugar is best because it has NOT been carbonated such as white cane sugar.”

    I was under the impression that mass produced sugar is normally all processed to white then some molasses is reintroduced to produce golden and brown sugars. I might be wrong… thanks for the info.

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