A year ago, you probably would have been able to convince me that compost tea is something one can drink. But as I ween myself off of products like Miracle-Gro, I'm seeking out organic solutions to ignite the growth and health of my garden. Enter compost tea. Here's a DIY mini project that's easy to do and will satisfy your soils need for organic nutrients. So meet Jay Williams, co-owner of High Yield Organics - (Rocky Mountain Worms) who breaks down the whole process for us. Jay is so easygoing and laid-back, it was easy asking him questions. He's the exact type of person we like to learn from. Here's the scoop to successful brewing.
We burn wood to heat our home. This means we end up with tons of wood ash. We put the ash into the garden. If you don't have a woodburning stove, the same rules might apply to your outdoor burn pile. And if you don't have a garden, wood ash could be used on your lawn. So let's talk about ash!
This year was excellent for composting. Not only did I reap the benefits of dumping all my compost scraps in the garden, but they did something quite unexpected. Something I was thrilled about.
Hi, I'm Laura and hail from Buffalo, NY. I love sharing my home & garden ideas with you. Thanks for stopping by.
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