Organic fertilisers are usually slow being gradually broken down by soil organisms. However organic liquid fertilisers have already had the nutrients released into the water and are a give a great boost to leaf growth (nitrogen) and flower and fruit production (potash/ potassium) when it is most needed. These fertilisers can be produced for free out of plant materials that you can grow.
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