Save your plant-with banana peel
If you are an experienced gardener, you know the nasty aphids. These little insects inhale nutrient-rich sap from your plants, causing them to turn yellow and brown, and they turn out to be difficult to remove.
However, a little food waste turned out to be useful. By using banana peel, you can exterminate and prevent aphids. Thanks to its pungent odor, banana peels help repel aphids that strongly dislike odors. Their use is very easy.
Take the skin you want to throw away and cut it into squares. Then bury the fragments in a depth of 1-2 cm in the soil around the aphid invading plant. that's it. Let them sit and absorb into the soil. Shells are not only suitable as pest repellents. They also make great fertilizers.
Banana peels are added to the plant soil as nutrients such as potassium, calcium, sulfur, magnesium and nitrogen begin to break down. In fact, if you're not a fan of bananas, all orange peels have the same benefits and are used in the same way.
If you're curious about the spring garden, you may want to stop throwing banana peels and switch to fertilizer instead.
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