Inoculate Your Organic Garden With Microorganisms
Compost Tea Recipe
Examples of good microbe foods include molasses, kelp, fish, humic acids and rock dust. Obviously, these products shouldn’t have preservatives in them, because preservatives are designed to kill microbes.
Here’s an organic compost tea recipe I’ve adapted and evolved for a five-gallon homemade compost tea brewer. This takes one to five days to make. We don’t really know when it’s done if we’re not testing it, but two to three days is a good time frame to start. The compost tea ingredients are:
- 4-8 cups good, aerobic, nice-smelling, fully finished organic compost
- 2 Tablespoons unsulfured blackstrap molasses
- 2 Tablespoons organic liquid kelp fertilizer
- 1 Tablespoon organic liquid ﬁsh fertilizer
A good batch of compost tea can be a miracle worker when it comes to fulfilling your organic gardening goals. It’s a microbial inoculant to improve your soil food web, broad-spectrum organic fertilizer to foliar feed your plants, and even pest control (although it can’t legally be called that).
And this simple compost tea recipe is all you need to get started. If you have any questions, feel free to let me know below.
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Compost Tea Recipe To Inoculate Your Organic Garden With Microorganisms
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