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Old November 1, 2014   #36
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Originally Posted by Cole_Robbie View Post
I'm sure I'll do it that way when I use the tea on greenhouse plants in the spring. has a lot of neat stuff to tinker with a tea recipe. I'm thinking I will try fulvic and humic acids, kelp, and maybe a pinch of bat guano to go along with the molasses and manure.
Might I suggest you visit here
this is a forum of Compost tea brewing. The article does not advise the use of humic acids!
At the bottom of the page is a link to "Suppressive effect of non-aerated compost teas on foliar fungal pathogens of tomato" using a variety of manures, which I think you'll find interesting. I certainly will be looking seriously at the Gray mould preventative for next year.
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