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Add Calcium to Your Soil with Eggshells
The shell of a chicken egg is comprised of about 96% calcium carbonate. Eggshells are a great way to add calcium to your compost and are fantastic for tomatoes or peppers, as these plants are the most easily affected by calcium-deficiency. If you have a problem with slugs or snails in your garden, just sprinkle lightly crushed eggshells around the plants. The sharp edges of the eggshells deter the pests.
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