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... the compost tea bucket." - Mountain Girl ( Primo Plant-Growing marijuana Outdoors) I thought my book would have said but this is all i could find, sorry. I think that the worms are probably high in nitrogen. Originally Posted ... book would have said but this is all i could find, sorry. I think that the worms are probably high in nitrogen. Worm tea - immediate uptake of 1-0-0 and 60 trace minerals. You can put a 1" layer of worm ...
http://www.rollitup.org/general-marijuana-growing/85876-worm-tea.html
worm tea
... the compost tea bucket." - Mountain Girl ( Primo Plant-Growing marijuana Outdoors) I thought my book would have said but this is all i could find, sorry. I think that the worms are probably high in nitrogen. Originally Posted ... book would have said but this is all i could find, sorry. I think that the worms are probably high in nitrogen. Worm tea - immediate uptake of 1-0-0 and 60 trace minerals. You can put a 1" layer of worm ...
http://www.rollitup.org/general-marijuana-growing/85876-worm-tea.html
Tea goodies!
... tea during flowering. I already have high nitrogen bat guano (mexican) high phosphorous bat guano (jamiacan) and sea bird guano. As well as worm castings, blood meal, black strap mollasses. I just need to know what other ingredieants need to make a kick ass tea ... need to supplement all natural organic fertlizer. I have all the tools and the means to make a mean ass tea. And now i need a recipe. Organics is the shit im just trying a little somethign new for a change ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/156514-tea-goodies.html
Help with tea
... per plant in 3 gallon buckets. Here are the teas: Bloom Tea 3 gallons water 6 Tbsp high P bat guano (0-7-0) 12 Tbsp worm castings ... add a little nitrogen (in the form of alfalfa)? Originally Posted by Pipe Dream I would think it would come out to (bloom tea) 1.1- ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/303256-help-tea.html
Essex's - Home brewed, Wilkinsons organic VEG tea.
... the mix. this is the elemental particals by weight, Essex's veg tea, MAJOR ELEMENTS, Total Nitrogen (N) 4.6% Total Phosphorus (P) 1.5% Total Potassium (k) 3.6 ... good to know the basics behind it and whats going on, ass long ass high nitrogen veg and more pk in flower your on a good start i alredy ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/329661-essexs-home-brewed-wilkinsons-organic.html
1st Organic tea do i need anything else
... soup but its still ok, Mexican Bat Guano esspecially is high in bac counts and does set teas into bacterial overdrive. For the most part your looking fine. ... of the molasses, and releasing a ton of Nitrogen because of it. Next thing you know, you pour your tea on your plant and it gets burned from ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/477903-1st-organic-tea-do-i.html
Compost Teas - Superpower your microherd.
... it out over the past few weeks. Even though those teas I added were highly bacterial, after applying them to my plants a second time I ... fungi) it only contains nitrogen, instantly usable nitrogen. It is great for compost piles, and probably great for your tea, but I use my tea about 72 hours after ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/501907-compost-teas-superpower-your-microherd-3.html
Compost Teas - Superpower your microherd.
... down your nitrogen so the plant can uptake it. After the stretch (which means start during as organics do take time) fungal teas are ... kelp, alfalfa meal, bone/blood meal) 30% Worm Castings (very high in bacteria) 5% Molasses My currentflowering tea recipe 25% Compost 10% ground straw 10% ground oats ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/501907-compost-teas-superpower-your-microherd.html
Frequency of feeding with teas?
... environment can grow to extraordinarily high concentrations. The book Secrets ... tea brewed for over 24 hours begins to develop protozoa and ciliate dominance. (The brew “matures.”) Protozoa are extremely efficient nitrogen (N) cyclers, so why would a grower looking for more nitrogen not brew their tea ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/502045-frequency-feeding-teas.html
Difference between Veg and Bloom teas?
... different types of AACT teas you use based on which part of the plant's life cycle you're on. I understand that during veg, more nitrogen is needed, and therefore more bacteria is needed to break down the nitrogen. High bacteria counts are achieved with making an aerated tea of worm castings and molasses (EWC to provide the bacteria ...
http://www.rollitup.org/organics/502876-difference-between-veg-bloom-teas.html

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