4 homemade tricks so that your plants grow immediately

Many of us enjoy having plants in our homes, whether in the garden, on the patio, on the balcony or on the terrace.

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That is why in this article we show you 7 ingredients that you can use for your plants so that they grow strongly and naturally.

1- Natural lentil rooter


  • 1 cup of lentils
  • Water
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  1. You must put them to soak for 1 whole day in a bowl with water that covers them.
  2. The next day you should strain them and put them in a transparent jar and add 2 tablespoons of water. You should cover it with a net or a stocking so it can breathe and keep it that way for 2-3 days until they have sprouted.
  3. Once most of them have sprouted, you should remove them from the jar and blend them. Then you must filter it to obtain the lentil milk.
  4. When you get the lentil milk you must dilute it in water. The exact measure is 1 serving of lentil milk to 10 servings of water.

You can keep the diluted liquid in the refrigerator for 15 days. Water your plants with this liquid so that the roots grow strong and healthy.

2- Banana peel juice


  • 1 banana peel
  • Water
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  1. You must cut the banana peel into small pieces, place it in a pot with water and cover it.
  2. Then you must boil the mixture for 15 minutes, and once this time has passed, let it rest.
  3. When the mixture has cooled you must strain it and water your plants.

3- Wood ash


  • wood ash
  • Water
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  1. You must place 5 tablespoons of wood ash in 1 liter of drinking water.
  2. Once you have that mixture you can place it inside a spray bottle and water your plants.

Wood ash also serves as a cover for the soil to maintain moisture and prevent pests. Just spread a little on the ground.

4- Worm humus

You need to have worms that produce it, they are in charge of digesting the organic material of the soil and their residues are humus.

The ideal worms are California red worms, as they are known for their ability to quickly devour and digest organic matter.

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You need space to make them work, which can be a compost bin, a vermicomposter or a sector where you throw organic waste and you can leave the worms producing humus. Once the worms produce the humus you can mix it with the soil of your plants.

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