How do I use egg shells to stop my plants for dying?

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How do I use egg shells to stop my plants for dying?
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  • Douglas Hunt Douglas Hunt on Feb 08, 2015
    I don't think eggshells will keep any plant from dying. They will supply calcium if that is deficient, and of course will add organic matter as they break down. You can simply rinse and dry the shells and then crush or dry them and sprinkle them around the plants or add them to the soil when you are planting.

  • LeAndra Tess Gibson LeAndra Tess Gibson on Feb 08, 2015
    Egg shells will discourage a small leaf eating bug called Armadillidiidae (rolly pollies). Not having this little creatures gnawing on your plants will most definitely give them better chance of survival.

  • Toni Toni on Feb 09, 2015
    I crush my egg shells in a empty milk jug and than add water let it sit for awhile before use and thats it, really easy

  • Oliver Teske Oliver Teske on Feb 17, 2015
    I just read a post about Eggshell water.If you get the e-mails,its in one of the recent ones