SUPPLYING ORGANIC FERTILIZER FROM BIRD DROPPINGS TO THE MOBILE BED

in GEMS29 days ago (edited)

Hello good day friends, I got some of the birds droppings from my broilers and supplied them to the mobile bed. I added this to the tomato plants, the Lagos spinach, red chilli pepper and other plants on the bed. This will definitely aid the growth of the plants and also make them to be more productive. I do not use the inorganic fertilizer on my crops. I prefer the organic ones and they have been helpful.

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