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    Default Guano Tea's

    Mr Souls Organic Tea

    Seedlings less than 1 month old nute tea mix-
    1 cup earthworm castings/5 gallons of water every 3rd watering

    Veg mix-
    1/3 cup Peruvian Seabird Guano (PSG)
    1/3 cup High N Bat Guano (Mexican)
    1/3 cup Earth Worm Castings (EWC)


    Flowering nute tea mix:
    2/3 cup PSG
    2/3 cup EWC
    2/3 cup High P Guano (Indonesian or Jamacian)



    New And Improved Veg/Flower Mix
    Veg mix-
    1/3 cup Peruvian Seabird Guano (PSG)
    1/3 cup High N Bat Guano (Mexican)
    1/3 cup Earth Worm Castings (EWC)
    5 tsp Maxicrop 1-0-4 powdered kelp extract
    5 tbs Liquid Karma
    @ 1 cup mix/5 gallons of water every 3rd watering.

    Flowering nute tea mix:
    2/3 cup PSG
    2/3 cup EWC
    2/3 cup High P Guano (Indonesian or Jamacian)
    5 tsp Maxicrop 1-0-4 powdered kelp extract
    @ 2 cups/5 gallons of water EVERY watering.
    You can use queen size knee high nylon stockings for tea bags. 3 pair for a dollar at the dollar store. Tell 'em you use them for paint strainers. Put the recommended tea in the stocking, tie a loop knot in it and hang it in your tea bucket. The tea should look like a mud puddle. Agitate the bag in the water vigorously. An aquarium pump and airstone will dissolve oxygen into the solution and keep the good bacteria (microherd) alive and thriving. Let it bubble a day or two before you use it. If you find you are making too much tea and having to throw it out, use 2 1/2 gallons of water and cut the nute ammount by half.
    Last edited by Ebb&Flower; 05-25-2006 at 12:27 AM.

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    New and Improved version with Kelp and Black Strap Molasses

    Mr Souls Organic Tea

    New and Improved with Kelp and Black Strap Molasses

    Guano Tea and Kelp:

    Seedlings less than 1 month old nute tea mix-
    5 tbs. Black Strap Molasses
    1-cup earthworm castings/5 gallons of water every 3rd watering

    Veg mix-
    1/3 cup Peruvian Seabird Guano (PSG)
    1/3 cup High N Bat Guano (Mexican)
    1/3 cup Earth Worm Castings (EWC)
    5 tsp. Maxicrop 1-0-4 powdered kelp extract
    5 tbs. Liquid Karma
    5 tbs. Black Strap Molasses
    @ 1-cup mix/5 gallons of water every 3rd watering.

    Flowering nute tea mix:
    2/3 cup Peruvian Seabird Guano
    2/3 cup Earth Worm Castings
    2/3 cup High P Guano (Indonesian or Jamaican)
    5 tbs. Maxicrop 1-0-4 powdered kelp extract
    5 tbs. Black Strap Molasses
    @ 2 cups/5 gallons of water EVERY watering.
    You can use queen size knee high nylon stockings for tea bags. 3 pair for a dollar at the dollar store. Tell 'em you use them for paint strainers. Put the recommended tea in the stocking, tie a loop knot in it and hang it in your tea bucket. The tea should look like a mud puddle. Agitate the bag in the water vigorously. An aquarium pump and air stone will dissolve oxygen into the solution and keep the good bacteria (microherd) alive and thriving. Let it bubble a day or two before you use it. If you find you are making too much tea and having to throw it out, use 2 1/2 gallons of water and cut the nute amount by half.

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    Default Yellowing tips and ends

    Can anyone tell me if to much mex bat can brightly yellow the tips and leave ends while the vain is green through mid of leave.

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    when useing a simple compost tea like just bat guano how much of alive compost tea would you use with 55 gallons of hydroponic nutreints

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    Default Organics?

    I thought you couldn't use organics fertilizers on hydroponically grown plants. Evidently not true.

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    Default Lc's soilless recipes

    these are "LC's SOILLESS MIX" guano recipes. not yours. and not for in hydro.
    hydro organic nutes are different. this will clog your airstones / spray nozzles.

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    Thanks “Ebb&Flower” for starting this thread. It’s an informative thread for me to execute this tips in my future cultivation.

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