Making comfrey liquid fertiliser

Create nutrient-rich liquid comfrey feed, by following David Hurrion's video guide.

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Making a comfrey fertiliser is a great way to recycle nutrients within your garden, and it’s super easy. In this video No Fuss Guide, David Hurrion shows you how to use the ‘dry’ method, packing leaves into a bucket without adding water.

He explains the advantages of this process over the more traditional method and recommends the optimum dilatation rate for the resulting liquid. This is rich in potassium (potash) and phosphate, vital for healthy plant growth.

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