I was going through some of my food products and wondered if any of them would be useful to add to the soil for my tomato plants to offer nutrients to the plants. I wanted to ask here so people with more experience can say if it would be a good idea or not. For the flax and chia seeds, I would of course grind them up first if they are any good for the soil. I drink organic black tea all the time and always just throw the used tea bags away. If they would be any good for the tomato plants I could open the bags and put the tea grinds in the soil. I use himalayan pink salt now for all my salt needs because it has 84 minerals and is not processed or has anything added to it like table salt does. I know salt would add a lot of sodium to the soil but since it contains so many minerals I was wondering if it would be of any use for my tomato plants. The organic coconut palm sugar I bought to try as a sweetener for my tea but it didn't give it the flavor I was hoping for, so its just been sitting in my desk for a couple months. If I could use it for my tomato plants in any way that would be great. I also wanted to ask about peanut hulls because I have a bag of peanut hulls that I was just going to throw out unless I could grind them up and put them in the soil for any reason.
I'm only asking this because I have seen so many different videos and websites of people using all kinds of things to add to their soil for their tomato plants and wanted to ask about these products I have to see if they could be of any use for my plants.
I also have a bag of 13-13-13 Farmer's Favorite Fertilizer plant food. Would that be safe to use on tomato plants that are about a foot to a foot and half high? Thanks!