If you’d love to be applying a high quality liquid organic fertiliser (or fertiliZer, depending upon where you live) to your garden or landscaping, here’s a quick little video tutorial on how to do so with basic kitchen scraps, worms and water. You gotta love this guy’s Australian accent. The video is worth watching if only for that.

Organic Fertiliser On the Cheap

Organic Fertiliser Produces Tremendous VeggiesIf you just don’t have the time to mess with trying to make your own organic fertiliser, then you might want to consider the very inexpensive and cost effective AGGRAND Liquid Organic Fertilizer products that I offer here on this site.

I know that not everyone can afford to purchase their fertilizer, so, hopefully, for those individuals, the video above may prove useful. However, for those who just don’t have the time or inclination to mess with making your own, I’ve been using and selling AGGRAND products for over 15 years and they are extremely effective.

Please, do yourself a favor and take a look around this site. I don’t believe you will find a more cost effective organic fertiliser solution anywhere. This really is a tremendous product line.

Organic Fertiliser That Does the Job

From farmers to landscapers to turf management companies to home gardeners, I’ve got thousands of customers that use nothing but AGGRAND organic fertilizers on their plants, and they see terrific results virtually every time – and typically better results from one year to the next as the soil becomes more balanced and biologically active.

Moreover, because they are all liquid products they can be applied to the leaf, to the soil, in a banded application, via root injection — they are very versatile. Not only that, but, because they are liquid, you can mix multiple products in the same application, saving you time and money when comes to application time.

No matter how you look at it, if you don’t have the time and inclination to make your own organic fertiliser (or simply can’t make enough of it), AGGRAND Organic Fertilizer is really the only way to go. It’s a “GRAND” way to garden!