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She had taken a empty gallon container (plastic/milk container), covered the bottom with ammonia, then filled the rest with water. Then she shook it and watered her plants.
Last year, I had tried this on my dying geraniums. Within 2 days, they perked up. Then produced buds everlasting until October. I live in Michigan and they went through frost!
I have found that for green plants like ivy, about every 2 - 4 weeks, I add one drop of ammonia to the watering; that's one drop per plant. The green plants, not flowering ones, like the nitrogen. It makes them green and pretty. I got the idea from Jerry Baker to use it as a fertilizer.
By christine M. Thayer from San Pedro, CA
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Please help. For fertilizing purposes, how can I tell if a dish washing liquid is soap or detergent? Also, what kind of ammonia should I use for the same purpose?
Thank you very much.
By Faffy from Cyprus