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How Vegetable Water Can Help Your Lawn Thrive
When boiling vegetables, essential nutrients such as phosphorus, calcium, and nitrogen are released into the water. These nutrients are crucial for plant
health and growth.
This nutrient-rich water acts as an eco-friendly, cost-effective fertilizer for lawns and plants. Moreover, it
helps the soil retain
moisture, reducing the
frequency of watering.
To utilize this method, boil your vegetables, set aside the water, and allow it to cool. Next, transfer it to a watering can or spray bottle and apply it directly to your lawn.
However, it's crucial not to add salt during boiling as this can harm plants. It's also advisable to choose vegetables that haven't been exposed to
harmful pesticides.