My experiment will be based on 2 theories:
1.) If you let something rot in a closed container the container will then have nutrients and microbial flora.
2.) If you let something rot in water, the liquid will still be nutritious and can then be poured into potted plant soil to make it richer (it might need to be diluted).
This is supposed to be a small-scale version of the instructable "Nettle Fertiliser" by tim_n.
I don't have a large yard so I don't need to produce it on a large scale.
Step 1: Step 1 - Find the Container
Step 2: Step 2 - Adding Vegetation
Leave the lid on but don't screw it on tight. If you can jiggle it up and down then that's okay. A lot of bacteria produce gas when they metabolize so you'll want to let that gas escape.
I put the bottle on the roof where my boyfriend and pug won't find it. It should get lots of sun.
If anyone has any reason why this won't work please let me know. Also, leave a comment if you know how to make it better!