It has been a strange summer weatherwise on the Central Coast of NSW. Humid, lots of storms and rain with wide fluctuations of temperature. Not a great growing season for bonsai but my trees have grown nicely, assisted by these soybean fertilizer cakes. Joe Morgan-Payler gave me his recipe while here demonstrating in September so I have used them all season.
Joe Morgan-Payler is a great bonsai demonstrator. He has the ability to impart knowledge to the beginner and the advanced bonsai artist in the same session and he is very generous in sharing his knowledge. Thanks for the recipe Joe.
Fertilizer cakes for Bonsai from Joe Morgan-Payler
10 cups blood and bone
10 cups soy bean meal ( or any high protein meal)
½ cup molasses to help bacteria breakdown
Mixed up with Charlie carp or seaweed extract to make to a paste – approx. 3 litre
4 teaspoons trace…
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