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|Author:||khwoz [ Mon May 12, 2003 8:30 am ]|
|Post subject:||GARRETT JUICE|
I NEED HELP! COMMERCIAL GARRETT JUICE HAS DIFFERENT MIXING INSTRUCTIONS THAN THE ONE ON THE SITE. THIS IS CONFUSING WHEN MAKING MY OWN CONCENTRATED VERSION. DO I DILUTE COMMERCIAL COMPOST TEA, IS THE MOLASSES IN THE FEED STORES THE SAME AS BLACKSTRAP IN GROCERY STORES, DO I USE 5% VINEGAR, CAN 10% VINEGAR BE USED BY CUTTING IN HALF? ANY INFO WOULD HELP.
|Author:||Mr. Clean [ Mon May 12, 2003 9:23 am ]|
From the Dirt Doctor's Info Center:
Garrett Juice (ready to spray)
My recommended basic organic foliar spray is available commercially. Or you can make your own. Mix the following ingredients in a gallon of water.
1 cup manure based compost tea
1 ounce molasses
1 ounce natural apple cider vinegar
1 ounce liquid seaweed
For disease and insect control add:
Â¼ cup garlic tea or
Â¼ cup garlic/pepper tea
or 1 ounce of orange oil
1) Ready to spray
2) Molasses - the molasses bought from feed stores should suffice. It is typically less expensive buying molasses by the gallon at feed/organic gardening stores.
3) natural apple cider vinegar not flavored. I personally use the Bragg raw and unfiltered apple cider vinegar. It is 5%. I have not seen 10% apple cider vinegar.
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