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hi I’m Charles Malky biologist and bush professional with tusk organics three-in-one tree guard paint and today we’re gonna be talking about seeing organic compost if there’s one thing you’re playing something and one thing you can do right for your bushes it’s actually making a very rich high-pitched in aspect high-end elements from your periodic table there’s about 118 constituents I guess last-place I checked 118 points and it goes to get as many of these elements into your garden and actually centralizing most on nitrogen phosphorus and potassium but the micronutrients which are all these other components are so important for weed state and I’m gonna educate you how do you actually get there without spending a fortune at your local plot center so what I’ve got here is actually my Starbucks coffee and we’re gonna talk about how to actually take advantage of the facts of the case that Starbucks actually gives people the free chocolate grounds which is an excellent start to procreating some organic compost at home but before “were starting to” what I want to share with you I’ve got this Eureka lemon tree over here which I made from a cutting so being that it’s a part it’s actually growing on its own root stock and it’ll actually germinate to service standards sized tree being anywhere from 25 to 35 B so the advantage of actually grafting trees is you can actually self-restraint seed width by grafting on to root broths that are either dwarf semi dwarf and semi standard but this here will eventually grow to be a huge tree but as you can see here I’ve already got a couple of fruit on here and the reason why is this plant is actually um you know a cutting off of a mature timber that’s probably I forgot I didn’t look at the time when the Eureka lemon tree was created but it probably at least 50 maybe 100 perhap 150 years old but the the lumber is matured and because of that every single year it’ll bloom and if the conditions are right it will actually subscribe return as well but this is a fairly small-minded flora and this is actually year two for the tree and we’re gonna continue growing in the utensil and the other thing I just wanted to share with you before we get started let’s take a look at the tree trunk now we really painted it with an ivory organics three-in-one tree guard paint colored dark-green so you can actually see what that looks like um the more mature wood the draw actually regards on to a little bit better than the newer wood which in fact has a lot of wax and it comes right off but I’m gonna show you how you actually can apply that and this here is the product I’m gonna stir this real quick and share with you what we got here so if you take a look here it says I have your organic it’s a three-in-one tree guard paint merely computed ocean and natural tree trunk and field obstruction protection against damaging sunburn and insects and Road and rodents on for help on lifts fruit and nut trees ornamental trees and shrubs and it’s a non-toxic environmentally safe and organic product and you can see here I’ve already pre-mixed this before the video and what we’re gonna do is actually take this organic make-up pigment dark-green than this instance and we’re just going to take a brush and and recoat it we last coded this about six months ago so we’re doing it again now we’re in the middle of July and the goal is to actually maintain this plant protected from sunburn so you can see how readily this pace is and we can go up as high-pitched as we can to any disclosed faces that are going to be exposed to the Sun so that’s pretty much how that travels so we’re gonna time both sides I’m gonna make my era and actually coat that better after the video let me show you one other thing that we did and I’m actually gonna give you the youtube link to it as well if you can follow me I’m just reading an avocado tree now behind me so if you take a look over here this is a hostile baccardo we just invested it last week and we are only coated it with the IBEW organics hue white and then what we did is we took one or two teaspoons of the product and then framed it in a spray bottle and then spray the buds and if you zoom in now on the buds we’ve actually got daytimes that are gonna be approaching 100 stages here in Los Angeles but this will now be manifesting the Sun and hindering the embed cool while the roots get built so it can actually put out as countless needles and as many diverges during this growing season rather than being stressed trying to stay alive on during these brutal hot summertime daytimes let’s get started so here we are now the first thing we’re gonna discuss is the periodic table and as you can see we’ve got you know element number one hydrogen on maids two helium ingredient 3 lithium beryllium boron carbon nitrogen oxygen fluorine neon no reason to repeat this all but the point is and I’ll actually give you a link to another video I did earlier where we actually exercised an actual whole fish to manure a bush but a fish actually contains 60 points so we’re dealing with about 50% of the periodic table can be found in simply fish alone but we’re going to do today is we’re actually gonna form homemade compost and that involves applying commodities and you’re trying to time you know these are rough numerals fifty percent green subject 50 percentage chocolate-brown difficulty and you know stop this video you know at this detail write your notes down but this here is like my chart to make sure that I’ve actually got a balance of these things which will create a hot compost which will kill all the diseases kill any grains in your commodity and create a good compost that’ll be good for your garden but to actually start your own compost you’re gonna want to make sure you’ve got equal parts of light-green and chocolate-brown and brown compost consists of dry leaves corn husks wood chips coffee soils and grove ashes so these are examples of brown compost and green compost includes your grass clippings your fertilizer plot debris weeds and kitchen straps and I made a note over here I said do not burry immature compost underneath brand-new plantings rather than incorporate it as a top dressing continue and establish weeds and the above reasons is I wrote aerobic versus anaerobic biology is you don’t want to situated immature compost you don’t want to be putting immature compost underneath your plants which are really then be rotting and defrauding the soil of the nutrients of your bushes otherwise need so what we’re gonna doing in there first and I’m gonna show you the things that we’ve got here so let me show you now on some of the things that I’ve actually got to actually get started with a compost this here’s my bin that I’ve got over here it’s just a small trashcan my garden-variety is pretty small-minded I’m working with less than seven hundred square feet and I embed over 20 return trees in this garden and I’ll give you that associate as well where I can give you the expedition of all the bushes are actually in this garden but this here’s all the compost that I need to actually take care of my garden year after year and come and take a look see what’s inside of now so I’ve got my gauntlets on the person that’s holding the camera is freaking out a little bit because little flies came to see you everywhere but if you take a look here at the citrus over here you’ll notice that it’s covered in this white mold and then can’t even really tell what this is but you know more scraps that we got out of the kitchen you can see there’s bugs slithering all over I don’t know hopefully you can cast out but this flies and ants if we dig in a little deeper we’ll see if we can see anything else yeah I review a look at that here’s some more some more flaws take a look at that here’s another bug that’s in there but what they’re doing is some more pretty gross stuff so what’s happening in now the insects are are eating all the things that are in now you can see those disciplines in now there’s some menu scraps and what we’re gonna included right now all right here some more scraps that actually found instead of a residence here’s some strawberries we’re gonna drop some eat we’ve got some grass clippings we’ve got some cool foliages they came here off of our neighbor’s bamboo that fell into our honour to our owned we’re gonna be adding so we’re gonna be adding too some rotten bananas that we had here in our house and then we’re gonna include some native soil right now to be garden this soil actually has more bacteria in it it’s got my fungus in it the most wonderful of all and hopefully I can find this here it’s got the worms take a look at that gigantic louse this guy’s gonna be taking an advantage eating all of this organic material that’s in here there’s more worms in there here’s another little guy so by adding some native soil from your garden-variety you’re actually gonna be adding the bacteria the insects didn’t EEMA toads the fungus and so much more into your compost that’s gonna result in a healthy and organic garden one last ingredient I’m gonna toss in now and we start off the video with this is I got these coffee sand from Starbucks here’s says Starbucks coffee grounds for your garden-variety and you can actually take these dirts and disperse them around your bushes but it’s not the most effective way to actually get the nutrients out of this the best way to actually do it is you actually exactly lent it right into your compost bin this here again is gonna feed all of the micro-organisms that are in this and we’re gonna and then the next thing we can do is take all of our parts I’m here with my pitchfork we’re just gonna mix that in and what we’re doing is not just mixing but our goal is to actually supplemented air pockets air pockets of oxygen in now the goal being we want aerobic or oxygen rich respiration to be going on in now and not anaerobic we don’t want this meat to rot we want all of the oxygen living beasts such as the earthworms to thrive and to exist and consume this commodity and the last step we’re gonna do is just water you got to keep all the living organisms alive we’re just gonna spray this at least once a week and hinder conjuring this at least every three to five days and that’ll be it formerly you’re done keep it handled and obstruct in the farthest angle of your garden-variety exactly in case it affords off a bouquet we don’t want it to be anywhere near and you’d be guests that are here in your plot the other thing we’re going to teach you now about and actually another thing I want to share with you before we go the next step is take a look at this so our goal is to get as many elements into our garden and we just propelled strawberries in there and strawberries are rich in vitamin C and manganese and iodine and folate plus strawberries are a good beginning of copper potassium biotin phosphorus magnesium vitamin b6 and omega-3 fatty acids coffee is the most widely destroyed liquid in the world Coffee has many benefits and even contains some vitamins and minerals such as potassium niacin magnesium and vitamin E bananas are a very good source of vitamin b6 and a good informant of manganese and vitamin C and potassium and biotin and copper and grass includes potassium calcium magnesium cast-iron carbon phosphorus manganese zinc beta carotene b1 b2 b6 vitamin C folic battery-acid and panthan etic battery-acid so the goal is again we’ve just added so many different food groups into that container of compost that are ultimately going to be enriched in your garden-variety so we’ve just made compost what I likewise want to educate you about and what we can do to actually create a liquid fertilizer which will be a lot easier extremely for irrigate your receptacle bushes is actually making a liquid fertilizer and what we’re going to do to accomplish that is we’re going to take a couple of fews of our organic compost we’re gonna reach a little bit deeper and before we do that what I want to share with you and what I’ve got here is I’ve got a container of liquid this here is a five gallon on top this year we’ll water at least anywhere from three to ten floras and here in my garden so I’ve got this five gallon container and what I’ve got here is my pump and this is connected to a power source this here’s the end of it which in fact has a bubbler and then I’ve connected it to a force in such instances I exerted a spoon and I’ve got this shoot from you can see over here Petco air pump probably invests about 10 bucks maximum twenty taking this and I’m actually gonna drop it to the lowest point in the irrigate and what this is doing is it’s forcing oxygen to actually be in this water the sea again it’s been bear for at least 24 hours to get as much of the chlorine and substances out of the sea so that all the living creatures we lay in here do not get killed by the compounds that are actually existing in our in our water supplies so we’ve got the water we’ve got a bubbler now that’s oxygenating the water and now we’re gonna get some compost so we’re gonna do here is we’re gonna make our compost we’re just gonna add this to the water some of this is broken down you want to get as much of the broken down materials as you can but some of them are a little bit large no big deal we’re gonna throw that all in there so the goal is now we got our nematodes in now we got a fungus in now we’ve got our advantageous bacteria in here and now we want to do is feed them for the next 24 to 48 hours before we actually help it in order to be allowed to impede this bubble now for the next two to three days what we’re gonna do is now take an organic carbohydrate such as this I picked up this at the grocery store it’s an agave in the raw they basically want to get something that’s a sweetener again with no chemicals we’re just gonna compute a got a couple of tablespoons and that’ll be it and the goal is the sugars will now feed the microbes that are in this water the oxygen will actually make sure that we only get the helpful organisms that will benefit the soil and ameliorate it with all of the elements that we just shared off the periodic table so we’ve just now hit the best liquid fertilizer for your embeds and by making use of that compost we’ve realize the best organic soils to be adding for your plants as well one other thing I want to share before I conclude I only noticed that I had this pocket around the corner you can actually add to your compost you can buy a pouch of compost generally for one to two dollars from your neighbourhood nursery you can just take a couple of fews as well as excrement and have that on top of your compost as well and this has a lot of nitrogen in it which is important for flower health but again remember this is only part of part of what’s necessary for making a good compost so you we’ve got the nitrogen coming from the manure got the nitrogen coming from the grass clippings we’ve got on the other parts coming from the coffee dirts we’ve got the kitchen scraps which are actually ameliorating with more added vitamins as well for your floras to actually have a successful robust healthful and germinating garden if you’ve enjoyed this video be sure to like it and most importantly subscribe down below so you don’t miss out on all the other ivy organics gardening educational videos that we put out on average formerly a week thanks again for watching and happy Gard you