Compost Tea Guide

Living soil and super soil: what’s the difference?  Living Soil is often called Super Soil, just to clarify, Super Soil is most often a reference to seed breeder SubCool's heavily amended soil. Amended soils normally are not great for clones or seed starting...
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Worm Casting Inoculation Tea Adds Life to Your Garden Huge populations of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and nematodes can be introduced to your garden through the use of vermicompost teas. An Inoculation Tea is some worm castings rich with microbial life that is...
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IMPORTANT 1st step Make certain to provide the cleanest environment possible! Sterilize entire area for minimum contamination. Use sterilized glove box when available. After injecting with needle the black round injection site will self close. The white square filter patch...
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Compost tea, also known as Actively Aerated Compost Tea or AACT, is an easy-to-make and inexpensive benefit to any garden. Whether it be tomatoes or marijuana. Although some people claim that batch-to-batch the consistency can vary, the positive effects of a...
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