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Boost your tomato plant harvest with 'banana peel water' hack shared by gardener

A gardening expert has shared a revolutionary tip that could boost your tomato plant growth using a homemade mixture.

Tomato plants are notoriously tricky to grow, and anticipating it to yield fruit and ripen can often feel like a long waiting game.

Carmen Johnston took to Facebook to showcase the impressive results she's achieved with 'banana peel water', claiming it has worked wonders for her garden, particularly in enhancing herb growth.

She also vouches for its effectiveness on flowers, vegetables, and tomatoes. She revealed her secret: "I want to share a tip with everyone. I am feeding them with banana peel water."

"Take two banana peels and soak overnight in a gallon of water. Water your plants with the banana peel water. It's full of potassium and more. You can use it on veggies, flowers, herbs.", reports the Express.

"Does not need to be refrigerated. I keep a jug going all the time and keep adding water as I use it up. I also throw in peels as I eat them."

"The peels turn brown and you can discard them after you've added more peels. It's a great organic fertiliser."

"This is good on veggies, herbs, flowers and tomatoes. I am using it on my green pepper too."

"My spearmint plant is huge as well and so is my dill is waist-high. I have so many green cherry tomatoes and beautiful green peppers."

The innovative tip has set social media abuzz, garnering over 2,000 comments from intrigued gardeners.

Christie Helen exclaimed: "Yay finally a use for bananas I bought, looked at but didn't eat."

Elle Ballou expressed her gratitude: "Beautiful and thanks for the tip. I use the banana peel for my aloe vera plants."

Baking in the Glen expressed their gratitude, saying: "Thank you so much for sharing! The herbs look so big