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Bury an Egg in Your Garden and Be Amazed at What Grows (Video)

Sunday, February 4, 2018 8:10
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by N.Morgan

More and more people are realizing that growing your own food is not only economical, but can also be the healthiest and most nutritious way to feed your family.

Put an egg in garden soil, and what happens in a few days later will amaze you.

Here’s what you want to do: 

Fill the pot with 2 inches of potting soil.

Place one un-cracked raw egg in the pot and cover with soil.

As the egg decomposes, it will serve as a natural fertilizer.

Your backyard can produce an amazing harvest without leaving you broke and penniless.


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  • saucepan

    I tried the same thing with a fish once, I heard it was an old Indian trick. The plant died.

    • larry4765

      That is funny.

      • Equalizer

        Yes this is true! I am told… if you bury a mindless hot steaming turd a Libtard will grow!

        • Equalizer

          Amazing! Truly believable and documented, Hitlery and O-Vomit are living proof! For now.

    • 2QIK4U

      To strong, to soon. Soil mix to rich and burns the seedling. You have to give dirt time to break it down. A couple weeks then plant?


      I tried raising chickens once but I had them planted upside down. The agricultural agent recommended planting them head up. I still couldn’t get them to grow. Don’t even get me started on raising boneless chickens.


      I wonder how many years this article has been, and will remain on BIN??????? Seems like forever already.

  • Fry

    Bury an Egg in Your Garden, ahrr, so that’s how you get an eggplant.

    • Anonymous

      Thank you for the joke I needed a good laugh

    • 2QIK4U

      Damn to late but you deserve it with a name like FRY…..egg get it ? Doh!

      • duncombemu

        I found an Easter egg under a bush, from last year and it hadn’t done anything for the plants around it. Made no difference at all. I suppose there’s eggs and eggs. Not all eggs are the same. :lol: :wink:

        • Sean

          One day two eggplants, who were best friends, were walking together down the street. They stepped off the curb and a speeding car came around and ran one of them over.

          The uninjured eggplant called 911 and helped his injured friend as best he was able. The injured eggplant was taken to emergency at the hospital and rushed into surgery.

          After a long and agonizing wait, the doctor finally appeared. He told the uninjured eggplant, “I have good news, and I have bad news.

          The good news is that your friend is going to pull through.”

          “The bad news is that he’s going to be a vegetable for the rest of his life”.

    • Hi NSA, kiss my artichoke

      But what came first?
      The chicken or the eggplant? :lol:

      • Hayduke

        The artichoke came first. :smile:

  • 2QIK4U

    You get an eggplant ! ⊙_⊙ waste of a good egg dog poo would do just the same because of the nitrants .. I always wondered how to grow a chicken? America just stick to genetically unmodified wheats and starches

  • 2QIK4U

    N.morgan you can stack three bins on top of the other with a medium hole and have a three stage fertilizer system you throw all scraps into the top and the worms get at it and it filters down the bottom all cleaned, rejuvenated ready to use. Good grade fertilizers are the key to boost flavours wether your drinking, eating or smoking your results…

  • Pink Slime

    Hello Angle#3,

    Charlie here. I watched the UNCUT version of this video. If you get the uncut version they will show you the real and simple secret of burying doughnuts with your plants! That was the last part of the video which they edited out.

    In fact, the producer admitted that’s all you really need and you don’t have to bother with the rest. Your plants will grow strong, healthy and get this – HAPPY! :lol: :lol:

    Yes, even plants love doughnuts. I’m glad the secret will be out now.


    Charlie (I’m producing a movie called Planet Doughnut. It will be bigger than Star Wars. Promise!) :lol: :lol:

  • JimmyBitch

    Don’t do this!!! You’re facilitating a demonic invasion by planting eggs! Demons will hatch from the eggs come EASTER!!!

  • Josie

    Music way to loud!!!!

  • wirkbot

    Get the book:

    How to Grow World Record Tomatoes: A Guinness Champion Reveals His All-Organic Secrets Paperback – October 15, 1999

    by Charles H. Wilber (Author)

    He grows tomato plants 3 stories tall.

    I amended soil in a 55 gallon barrel with alfalfa hay. I transplanted 3 small cherry tomato plants into the barrel a few months later. One of them grew up 6 feet of wire mesh and then down the outside (over 12 feet). Apparently alfalfa hay works. I bought my bale of hay at a feed store. That was over 10 years ago.

    If you grow alfalfa hay one year, the next year other plants grow better the next year that are planted where the hay had grown plus you have the hay to amend soil with. Alfalfa is a nitrogen fixing plant.

    The places where you grow alfalfa hay need to be rotated.

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