What can i use to fertalize my herb garden?

| July 5, 2013 | 3 Comments

Question by James: What can i use to fertalize my herb garden?
I have majorium Basil and dill growing in 3 small pots. I need to fertilize them soon but I don’t have fertilizer. I was thinking to water them with pond water but its frozen right now. Are there any household items I could use? Or anything I could easily find outside? Would plain dirt be good enough?

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Answer by whiteraven.1964
http://herbgardens.about.com/od/fertilizer/tp/How-To-Make-Herbal-Fertilizer.htm this link tells you how to make some basic fert.

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  1. frank says:

    It depends on what kind of soil medium the plants are in. Is it new pre-fertilized soil or a ‘sterile’ soil (sterile has no nutrients, fertilizers, etc.). Also depends on whether your trying to grow organically or not. There are plenty of fertilizers you can get at home n garden stores, keep in mind though that herbs don’t need a great deal of help to grow.

  2. machotti1 says:

    a small dose of half strength fertiltzer this is winter they need lots of light too. but a grow light to keep them healthy. this is not rhe growing season. its winter

  3. Gerry says:

    Here are some tips to grow your herb, especially indoor. Fertilizer is still needed no matter what, but be cautious, you don’t need much during winter. take half the dosage or a quarter.

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