It’s common knowledge that milk is a rich source of calcium to help maintain strong bones. But what do you do with milk that’s gone bad? Believe it or not, plants can actually benefit from old milk! One gardening hack for increasing the calcium content of garden soil is to pour old milk into it. Plants such as tomatoes love spoiled milk and will use it to create strong stems and better yields of fruit. Just dilute the milk with water to make a cloudy mixture and pour away at the base of your plants.
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