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How To Grow World-Record Veggies With Compost Tea!

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How To Grow World-Record Veggies With Compost Tea!How To Grow World-Record Veggies With Compost Tea!
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Compost is a quintessential part of organic farming. It is made of organic matter that is decomposed and recycled as a fertilizer. The process of composting typically requires making a heap of damp organic matter and then waiting for the material to break down into humus. This process usually lasts for weeks or months. Dead leaves and food waste are just some of the main ingredients of a compost.



Compost is very beneficial for plants to grow big and healthy. It also contains substances that serve as natural pesticides for your plants. It keeps the pesky bugs away without having to use harmful chemicals that aren’t good for your body.

Escapeearthnet showed us a video that introduced us to a unique organic farming method that makes use of compost tea to help make the the soil rich for plants to grow healthy. You might even have heard organic growers speaking in awed tones about their compost tea, as if it were some kind of ‘secret weapon’. Don’t confuse it with ordinary tea – there’s no tea in it. It’s a nutrient and microbe-rich brew that kickstarts beneficial processes in the soil and has been known to cause plants to grow to enormous record-breaking sizes – like the astonishing giant veggies in the video!



Compost tea is a “liquid fertilizer” and it’s also a form of disease suppressor for plants. The tea is created by steeping small amounts of biologically-active compost in water and mixing with other ingredients that will help feed the microorganisms. The principle is similar in principle to adding sugar to yeast to help in activating the enzymes that will make the dough rise when you’re baking bread.

Compost tea acts as an enhancer. You still need other organic farming techniques to ensure that your produce/plants grow in their best state.

In the video, our legendary grower used an aerated method to create the compost tea. Aerated teas offer great benefits. You can get a large population of beneficial aerobic bacteria and fungi in the tea. These microorganisms help in soil development and disease control. You need good microorganisms to help fight off the bad ones that would usually infect your plants. They help reduce offensive smells in compost teas and they also break down bad poisons and pathogens, thereby making them safe to use. [1]



In addition to the video, we unearthed (sorry couldn’t resist it) a useful tutorial on 5 ways to make compost tea – though we would also agree that method #2 of those might best be avoided for safety reasons. If you’re feeling scientific, why not try more than one of the methods and test them against each other to see which produces the best yield? Scientific testing is the way forward for increased yields.

Okay, here is the video:


Reference:

[1] http://faq.gardenweb.com/faq/lists/organic/2002082739009975.html


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4 Comments

  • By BERNICE, December 23, 2013 @ 6:29 pm

    wow1WOULD LOVE TO GET SOME OF THIS FOR MY LITTLE SPACE GARDEN THIS SPRING-SUMMER-RETIRED SENIOR .–NEED HELP FOR MY GROWING VEGS -ALL REALLY..

  • By susan coburn, January 18, 2014 @ 12:18 pm

    wow wish i coud do that

  • By Scott Douglas Lemoine, February 12, 2014 @ 2:17 pm

    This should be called “How to rub in the fact that I can grow gigantic vegetables and not share the ingredients in my tea!”

  • By Lyn Wetterauer, March 12, 2014 @ 12:24 pm

    Hello Scott,,Im very empress about this,, ut we dont have such this kind of compost here in Germany ,, I wish i could do this too.

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