15 Reasons Why You Need to Stop Throwing Away Your Eggshells

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Once the shells have dried, use a sharp needle or awl to poke a hole in the bottom of each (for water drainage). Place an eggshell in each carton divot. Fill each most of the way with soil. Place seeds into the soil, according to seed-sowing instructions. Mist soil with a spray bottle and keep the carton in full sun. Water regularly and keep an eye out for sprouts. Once it’s time to transfer into a pot or garden, you can transplant as-is.

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