I have some old sprayers that I use because they put out a good bit of water for spot watering. Mainly old Miracle Grow, the old school ones not the new fancy ones.
But they have the ability to run a hose on one side than a sprinkler on the other. Therefore using the container as a medium to expel whatever it is you like in a somwhat metered fashion.
I was thinking about filling the MG with milk or maybe half way with milk than have it midway in my sprinkler setup to fully douse the garden with a good milk infusion and water at the same time. What do you think about this? Is it a waste of time, would the milk be washed away during the sprinkling?
While we are at it I have thought about using it to fertilize. I mainly use Dr. Earth, blood meal and bone meal and other assorted organic ferts. Would these break down enough to be used in this fashion.
Other than that I like to use fish emulsions and kelp extract, this is in liquid form. Wondering how this would work and how much to use if it were possible.
Any thought would be appreciated. thanks