Compost Tea

Prepare this Compost Tea to fertilize your soil in a natural way!
I was always full of disgust when I saw my mother-in-law collecting used tea bags in a small bowl on her kitchen counter. She has been doing it since the rubbish segregation became obligatory. To tell you the truth, I had never thought about the reason for her strange collection until she explained that all decomposed vegetable scraps, chicken manure, grass clippings, coffee and tea dregs are of great benefit to the soil.

I’ve started my research on this topic and I found something which is called Compost Tea. Jim and Mary of Old World Garden Farms assure the mysterious mixture, which is all-natural, is the best for boosting plants during the growing season. Contrary to chemical commercial fertilizers it doesn't make the soil salty. I’m sure the idea is excellent for the next gardening season. If you don’t have a compost place yet, you can invest in this Pallet Compost Bin to get the best compost ever.

If you’ve got your own experiences connected with natural fertilizers, share them below!

Check out the tutorial on Old World Garden Farms.

What you need:

Tools:

  • Bucket

Supplies / ingredients:

  • Water
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