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AACT, Bloom Tea, Veg Tea, Fungal Tea, Myco Tea, recipes from the outdoor guys.

Discussion in 'Organics' started by malignant, Mar 29, 2012.

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    Aruanda

    Aruanda Well-Known Member

    I'm getting into it. Bout to start a bokashi bran and compost bin. And harvest BIM (beneficial indigenous micro-organisms) from various ecologies w/ cooked rice.
     
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    AllDayToker

    AllDayToker Well-Known Member

    I plan on using this recipe from the first page.

    "Flowering nute tea mix:
    2/3 cup Peruvian Seabird Guano
    2/3 cup Earth Worm Castings
    2/3 cup High P Guano (Indonesian or Jamaican)
    (That makes the "dry mix". You can make all you want and save it to use later.)
    5 tbs. Maxicrop 1-0-4 powdered kelp extract
    5 tbs. Black Strap Molasses
    @ 2 cups dry mix/5 gallons of water EVERY watering."

    My girls are half way into flower. I know that guano can burn.

    I want a second opinion if it would be a good idea to dilute it 50/50 with fresh water after I brew it so make sure they take it well and not burn them.
     
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    natureboygrower

    natureboygrower Well-Known Member

    not knowing how your plant is going to respond,diluting is probably a good idea.I would dilute and just see how your plant does.also,I don't know about every watering,I watered with my tea once a week. one other thing,is that 5 tablespoons molasses per 5 gallons of h20?if so,I'd dial that back.I use 1 tablespoon per 5 gallons of h20.it's hard to know your ratios mixing all your powders up beforehand,not saying it's not a good idea,it's just hard to gauge.maybe keep track of your tablespoons of each and figure that ratio to your h20 per gallon?
    there are way more experienced ppl on this thread,they know more than me,just my thoughts.best of luck!
     

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