janniecooks | Jan 31, 2010 04:16 AM 51. Not everything burned in a fireplace and yields ash should go into the garden. } Trigger callback now.\\n\\t\\t\\t\\tif (typeof window.FB !== 'undefined') {\\n\\t\\t\\t\\t\\twindow.fbAsyncInit();\\n\\t\\t\\t\\t}\\n\\t\\t\\t})();\\n\\t\\t<\\\/script>\\n\\t\\tShare on Facebook<\\\/a>Share on Twitter<\\\/a>\\t<\\\/div>\\n<\\\/div>\\n\"}"; Slowly but surely the egg will start to decompose and release essential nutrients for your plants. They’re such great workers, I would keep them even if couldn’t eat their eggs or meat. } Use up and down arrow keys to navigate. What should you bury an egg in the ground? Eggshell has calcium, nitrogen and phosphoric acid which make them an ideal choice for garden use. I can't imagine what animal could carry a large egg from the rear garden to the front and bury it without breaking in. You should also choose your ground carefully so that your future plant can grow well. observer.observe(b, config); It's a good idea to put it in an existing or new flowering border where the inhabitants may find nectar. } Why should you bury an egg in the garden? Gardeners have different opinions on using cardboard in the vegetable garden, but certified organic growers can use what I call ‘clean’ cardboard – plain, unwaxed boxes with all tape and … Trigger callback now.\\n\\t\\t\\t\\tif (typeof window.FB !== 'undefined') {\\n\\t\\t\\t\\t\\twindow.fbAsyncInit();\\n\\t\\t\\t\\t}\\n\\t\\t\\t})();\\n\\t\\t<\\\/script>\\n\\t\\tShare on Facebook<\\\/a>Share on Twitter<\\\/a>\\t<\\\/div>\\n<\\\/div>\\n\"}"; In the event that you’d prefer not to bury teabags, simply add them to water and allow to seep until you see the water change color. When your seedlings are ready for transplanting, cut the egg cups apart, then place the seedling, egg cup and all, in your prepared garden bed. In the video below, we’ll see all the benefits of layering raw eggs in your garden or planters before planting. And how long do eggs last, anyway? Apparently you can also use egg’s insides to deter deer. Apparently you can also use egg’s insides to deter deer. While buried in the ground an egg acts as a natural fertiliser that slowly diffuses nutrients. var bimber_front_microshare = "{\"html\":\"
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