I’m goin bro, I’m goin!!in for da ride, go swole go!!! and for real about using dry amendments, anyone can follow a recipe or read the back of a bottle and never realize whats going on. I love alfalfa and kelp, they are my fav, coot has a recipie that i love thats dry kelp and falfa tea, bubbles for 24-34 hrs. i hook it up with the recipe if your interested
Sounds like a winner to me! I’ll get this goin tomorrow and have it on the menu for them in a couple of days. How often do you foliar feed? Thanks a lot bro, I’m sure they’re going to love it!recipie is as follows;
2 cups Alfalfa meal per 4 gal
2 tbs hydrated kelp paste per gal
And if your really feeling excitable you can put a TBS of molasses per gallon but its not really needed.
Bubble for 32-48hrs and then top off with a bit of Humic acid
I totally use a 50% diluted with added silica for a foliar feed, and they go bananas!! The silica i use is Agsil 16 from KIS its soluble in water and much cheaper than any over the counter silica products. To hydrate your kelp meal simply soak 1/4 cup of kelp meal with 3/4 cups of water over night, and then toss it into the blender that puree it. Store in a mason Jar in the coolest corner of your fridge and dont use if it doesn't smell good. You usually get a month before it turns.
Alfalfa and kelp are both Bio Dynamic accumulators, meaning that not only do they contain many minerals and nutrients but they carry them in a bio available form. Sea water contains trace amounts of everything, so therefore so will your kelp meal.
Thank a million bro. Pulled clakamus coot up on the tube. Will be checking him out over the next few days. Everyone is well, with a couple new additions too.you can rock a foiler every few days, i like to do that every third day to week usually i alternate between that tea, compost tea, and a SST so i only do it once a week at most. once you past the brewing period i dont really know what happens, microbe life will change and without aeration your brew will become anaerobic which i have not played with. No problem, thats a old school Clakamus Coot recipe, he is interviewed by Tad Hussey from KIS on his podcast, you can find it for free on youtube really interesting stuff.
Hows the ladies? perked up already I'm sure