These instructions are for encouraging living beneficial bacterial to take-up residence in your plant's roots.
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR STERILE HYDROPONICS
This tea will work wonders on your outdoor crops as well!!
I have found excellent results using a tea containing mycorrhizal - comes from the Greek words mykes, meaning fungus, and rhiza, meaning root. Mycorrhizal fungi are fungi that have developed a symbiotic (mutually beneficial) relationship with the root systems of living plants, from garden vegetables all the way up to the trees of the Old Growth forests. Networks of mycorrhizal filaments envelop the seedling’s root structure, supporting the plant’s own ability to utilize water and nutrients in the soil. This relationship encourages healthy, vigorous growth. More information on this topic can be found here: MycoGrow
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I recommend the following ingredients for a 3-5 gallon size batch of tea.
Use my DIY Bubbler Bucket