Liquid Fertillizer Made from Fresh Grass Clippings

Made some fertilizer from fresh grass clippings. A week ago I made some from dried grass clippings with hopes of saving my beans.

I searched the internet trying to find if there was a significant difference between dried grass and fresh-cut grass. Although dried grass does lose some of its nutrients, mainly vitamins A and E, there isn’t a significant loss.

Making the fertilizer is easy. You don’t have to blend the grass clippings up like I do, however, this does cut down the time for the water to absorb the nutrients from the grass. 



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