Organic fertilizing is the best option for your garden or flower beds. And leftovers from fruit and veggies can certainly be used as fertilizer. Another good advantage of using this fertilizing method is the fact that you can thus greatly reduce the amount of waste in landfills. The quantity of methane released into the atmosphere is also diminished a lot.
Among the many types of leftovers you can successfully use as fertilizer we could mention grains, coffee ground, napkins or paper towels, and so on. There are also some elements which should never be used in your compost pile, such as plastic food wrappers, dairy products, any type of meat, chemical liquids, etc.
Your plants will definitely love this type of food, which enriches the soil and thus contributes to a greater yield, while also keeping your garden beautiful and strong and makes for some of the best compost for plants. There are some leftovers which can be used as instant fertilizers, such as banana peels, egg shells or the above-mentioned coffee grounds. Among the vegetable peels you can use without hesitation we could mention broccoli stalks, potato peels, rind of citrus fruit, etc. They provide plants with important nutrients such as vitamin A and C, calcium, potassium, making every type of soil rich and fertile.