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Stinging nettles are not so popular in the garden. It is an annoying weed that spreads quite quickly and also hurts when touched. For gardeners, there is often only one solution - the nettles have to go. STOP! Instead of getting annoyed, you should be glad that you have stinging nettles in your garden. This is because a biological fertilizer can be produced very quickly and easily. Not only can you use it to fertilize your plants, the lawn and the soil, the so-called stinging nettle is also ideal for controlling pests such as aphids.
Do you want the remedy, too? No problem. In the video of Bio-Garten Reich you get a detailed guide to the production of nettle jellies and many other application tips. And let's face it with such a stinging nettle you kill two birds with one stone. The stinging nettles are temporarily released, but they also have a wonderful fertilizer for your plants. It could not be better, right?
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Stinging nettle stinks immensely. So set up the finished bucket best somewhere far away from sitting areas and other cozy places. To reduce the stench a bit, you can add rock flour to the manure. Highly recommended here is the NEUDORFF rock salt (there is, for example, here). It not only reduces odors, but also improves the soil with nutrients or as an additive to the composter.