Mother Earth super tea in teas?

Discussion in 'Organics' started by RonBurgundysMustache, Mar 16, 2017.

  1. image.jpg image.jpg hey all!

    I am wondering if anyone has used Mother Earth super tea by advanced nutrients in a brewed tea? I understand it's probably made to be used out of the bottle rather than brewed.

    I am thinking of puting in some of this in my brew for 24-48 hours along with Humic acid, azomite, seabird guano, molasses, EWC, and fish emulsion.

    Ingredients are alfalfa meal, bat guano, EWC, hydrolyzed fish, seaweed extract.


    3% nitrogen (N)
    2% phosphate (P)
    5% potassium (K)

    Maybe I should stick with my original recipe without the Mother Earth?

    Amshif87 Well-Known Member

    No azomite in it for sure. It wouldn't have any benifit over sprinkling it on your soul and watering it in but I would stay away from azomite becaus ofnits high aluminum levels. I'd use a light hand if using guano, fish and kelp in addition to the bottled tea. It could get a little to hot for your plants. This is a combination between a compost tea and a nutrient tea. A lot of the benifits are coming from the microbes in the EWC/kelp/fish/Humic. I think they are more benificial than the NPK. Add EWC generously and be easy on the others but it all sounds good to me. Stay safe and happy farming.

    chemphlegm Well-Known Member

    I've grown good meds on nothing but ME tea and pro mix in the past. its a no brainer for the bubbly

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