How Long Can Tea Brew And Still Be Good?

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caregiverken

caregiverken

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Yes as long as theres oxygen being supplied you can brew for weeks... Its when you STOP brewing and bottle the TEA that it starts to have a shelf life.. Without oxygen your bacteria dies and becomes very poisonus to plants :D Aka.. Anaerobic Tea :D

You want oxygen in your tea :D
Good info. Yeah, it still smeled good
the nose knows
 
MGRox

MGRox

hmmm. You know, back when I had a fish store and was doing testing on some things; we had a period where I used an oxygen concentrator and an air stone to oxygenate to higher levels (later did this another way and for other means, but is a long story xD).

I'm curious if there would be any benefit here using pure O2 for the bubbler with teas? Least you'd not have an O2 issue with a longer brew time. :D


Lol @ fermenting XD ....that's some high proof brew there
 
DOGBUDS

DOGBUDS

Waking this thread up!!! This brew has been going for almost two weeks.. When I use the tea I do NOT use all of it, I'll leave at least 5 gallons in the tea container(32g trash can). I add EWC and poor UM all over the outside of the tea bag every 2-4 days depending on hows the Bubbles, I said Bubbles, be looking... I will add nutrients once a week and how much depends on how the girls are looking. SMELLS LIKE HEAVEN!!!!!
 
brandonlongmire

brandonlongmire

Guys help!! I posted this in a different threadbut no response! What can be going on with my plants
 
BillFarthing

BillFarthing

Yes, it is still good. With compost tea, even if the microflora die, there are still humus and micronutrients s bio-available to plants. With kombucha/jun that has ceased fermentation, there are still beneficial organic acids available as antioxidants beneficial for plant immune health.
 
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