Mine was named Oatmeal. He was cool. Had the thumbs.
I think once all said and done I will have brewed about 14 teas this season. One 5 gallon bucket of humus lasted all season. (I pre-fill my teabags) That made me about 630 gallons for the year.
Wow! Once I type it out that seams like alot of brew. Lol
What are these tea bags? Where do you get all your supplies? I’m trying not to become overwhelmed making my list
Amazon. I fill one with worm casting and one with the humus. Danggle them in the tea while its being brewed.
I’ve been reading your Organic journal…thanks for the info dude!
You and deez have inspired me to make a soil next year…I have had a compost pile going for the last 2 years. Everything both of you have put on here is going to allow our family to sustain ourselves in the future…Thank you both over and over again! @anon86641082 @Deez
I’m using these stretched over a 5-gallon bucket:
Dude your compost pile is a great source of microbes for your tea as well if you can’t dig up humus.
I live in the woods, everything I walk on is leaf mulch and humus lol.
That cracks me up I know what you mean though - a few shovelfuls is enough for a lot of folks for the whole season.
Yep…I already know that I’ve got a great start with the soil…thanks again guys! I’ll definitely journal this next year no worries
I live in the oak woods where there has been leaf litter for at least 15 years building up. 6 - 8 inches of the prettiest hummus full of worms you’ve ever seen! I’m gonna try your tea recipe. THANKS!