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PostPosted: Thu Mar 13, 2008 2:38 pm 
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We're running a little low on $$ this Spring. I brew a good compost tea can I use this for a couple of years or so instead of the organic products at the local seed & feed


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Do you use it 'fresh'? I think if it is stored it may lose its effectiveness after a while.

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I always use aerated compost tea. I always use it "fresh" after at least 1-3 days of brewing. I try to use it diluted every week or so if I can on my lawn, garden, shrubs, and flowers.

Compost tea is more of a biostimulant and soil organism food source, than just another mere natural liquid fertilizer.

Happy Gardening!

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