I have been a happy fan of homemade Garrett Juice for several years now. Each week I fill a large muck bucket with water, composted soil and then various different ingredients each week: dry molasses, composted chicken manure, worm castings, cornmeal. I have an aquarium pump which I insert and then let the tea steep for two days. Then I strain the tea and add fish emulsion, liquid molasses, liquid seaweed, and apple cider vinegar. This goes into a hose end sprayer and I apply it to lawn, shrubs, trees, and flower beds. My soil has tons of worms and the Texas clay soil is responding nicely!
We had a dreadful hot and dry summer last year and I think that my landscape really benefited from Garrett Juice application every week throughout the fall and winter.
All this having been said, I want to make sure that it's ok to spray this much. I have always operated under the premise, "The beauty of organics is that it's ok if your measuring isn't perfect....it's all good!" Just need confirmation!