Compost tea is the perfect way to boost your plants growth and obtain higher yields – NATURALLY. We use compost (composting 101) and cover crops (planting cover crops) for building great soil structure and vitality - AND  we boost plants during the growing season with a simple homemade natural liquid fertilizer on our plants called compost tea.

How To Make And Use Compost Tea – The Ultimate Organic Fertilizer

Compost tea is the perfect way to boost your plants growth and obtain higher yields – NATURALLY. We use compost (composting 101) and cover crops (planting cover crops) for building great soil structure and vitality - AND we boost plants during the growing season with a simple homemade natural liquid fertilizer on our plants called compost tea.

Compost tea for indoor plants  Put eggshells, coffee grounds, and tea bags into a jar. Add water and wait one week. Strain out the shells and grounds, then feed your plants!

Compost tea for indoor plants Put eggshells, coffee grounds, and tea bags into a jar. Add water and wait one week. Strain out the shells and grounds, then feed your plants!

How to Make Compost Tea

How to Make Compost Tea

When you choose what brand of oceanic plants you wish to have, summon up that the plants should only cloak about half of the water

"Working with Nature to Build Organic Soil, Part 4: Compost Tea" This tea is an aerobically prepared solution that contains both the microbes and nutrition necessary for healthy soil and healthy plants. The process of making compost tea greatly multiplies the number of microbes present and puts them in a soluble form for easy application. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS Blog

Working with Nature to Build Organic Soil, Part 4: Compost Tea - Organic Gardening

"Working with Nature to Build Organic Soil, Part 4: Compost Tea" This tea is an aerobically prepared solution that contains both the microbes and nutrition necessary for healthy soil and healthy plants. The process of making compost tea greatly multiplies the number of microbes present and puts them in a soluble form for easy application. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS Blog

Compost Tea Infographic, "BioDynamic" method with Vortex Brewer.  Not a "biodynamic" believer but I do think increased microbial and fungal activity makes soil better.  http://www.vortexbrewer.com/

Compost Tea Infographic, "BioDynamic" method with Vortex Brewer. Not a "biodynamic" believer but I do think increased microbial and fungal activity makes soil better. http://www.vortexbrewer.com/

Organic compost tea is the magic elixir for all your growing interests. You can purchase it or...you can make your own at home with a minimal investment but maximum rewards.

Organic compost tea is the magic elixir for all your growing interests. You can purchase it or...you can make your own at home with a minimal investment but maximum rewards.

The secret ingredient for naturally boosting your plants' growth! Compost tea or…

Compost Tea - How To Make And Use The Ultimate Organic Fertilizer

Dr Weil's compost tea recipe    For home use I suggest using a five-gallon bucket, the best aquarium aerator you can afford, about three cups of compost, and depending on whether you want a bacterial or fungal brew, two tablespoons of non-sulfured molasses (bacterial) or two tablespoons of kelp powder (fungal). Don't use liquid kelp, it often contains sulfur or other anti-fungal agents.

Dr Weil's compost tea recipe For home use I suggest using a five-gallon bucket, the best aquarium aerator you can afford, about three cups of compost, and depending on whether you want a bacterial or fungal brew, two tablespoons of non-sulfured molasses (bacterial) or two tablespoons of kelp powder (fungal). Don't use liquid kelp, it often contains sulfur or other anti-fungal agents.

Homemade "Miracle Grow": Get a clean glass or plastic jar, put a little water in it. Add egg shells and coffee grounds until it's about 3/4 full. Top it off with water and allow to sit in a cool, dark place for about a week, gently shaking once daily. Strain and use the liquid when ready to feed plants.

Homemade "Miracle Grow": Get a clean glass or plastic jar, put a little water in it. Add egg shells and coffee grounds until it's about 3/4 full. Top it off with water and allow to sit in a cool, dark place for about a week, gently shaking once daily. Strain and use the liquid when ready to feed plants.

Compost Tea : a great treat for your garden (and here is how to make it at home sans fancy equipment!)

Compost Tea : a great treat for your garden (and here is how to make it at home sans fancy equipment!)

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