Egg Shell Fertilizer


When life gives you cracked eggs, what do you do?  Make egg shell fertilizer!
 We sell clean dry crushed egg shells as an excellent garden fertilizer in 3 lb bags right here at the farm.  This natural, slow-releasing organic source of calcium carbonate is great on heavy feeding perennials and vegetable plants like tomatoes and sweet peppers.  
It's also terrific for repelling slugs and snails that love to raid your hostas and peonies. (It's too sharp for their feet! Ha ha!)

Each bag contains over 350 eggs shells (that's a lot of eggs, trust us!) and sells for $12.50 per bag.  
Need a lot of natural fertilizer for your organic garden? Contact us; we'll make bigger bags for you!
Please click here to make an order or ask a question.

The value of the egg shell

Our good friend and local organic farmer Rob Wallbridge of Songberry Farms in Bristol had lots of interesting comments to make on using eggshell as a soil amendment. (Coming when I work out how to  paste stuff! Ach.)

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