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Serving probiotic tea to the flowers

By on September 23, 2019 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments
Mary stands next to her compost tea brewing barrel, which she credits for her plants’ healthy stems and foliage.

Once a week Mary mixes up 16 gallons of compost tea. 

“It’s probiotics for plants,” she said.

Into a big barrel, Mary tosses a cheesecloth bag full of compost, kelp, molasses and lots of aerated water. After 24 hours, the microorganisms have multiplied by the millions. 

Mary fills a backpack sprayer and sprays it on the foliage. It’s made a difference. Her plants’ stems have impressed buyers with their strength.

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