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Whambud

2 year old nettle tea lol

Soooo I ventured to the back of my garden and found a container of nettle tea that has probably been there for around two years lol

 

Just thought I'd clarify that it's probably radioactive now right haha???

 

Will make a fresh one....

 

Not an organic nutrient expert soooo thought I'd ask lol

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You can have a fresh batch in four weeks. Just in case there's any nasty pathogens in there, dash it.

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26 minutes ago, Mestizo said:

You can have a fresh batch in four weeks. Just in case there's any nasty pathogens in there, dash it.

 

Cheers mate lol did think that 

 

Also I've got 1kg of bone blood and fish meal and I'm finding it difficult on how much to use lol

 

I have 4 critical sour plants and want to dig 4 big holes and do something like 250g a hole....? 

 

I use Dutch pro A+B and a EC pen this organic stuff isn't my forte at all haha 

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NPK is 5-5-6

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yeah i wouldn't drink that tea :puke:

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9 hours ago, Whambud said:

 

Cheers mate lol did think that 

 

Also I've got 1kg of bone blood and fish meal and I'm finding it difficult on how much to use lol

 

I have 4 critical sour plants and want to dig 4 big holes and do something like 250g a hole....? 

 

I use Dutch pro A+B and a EC pen this organic stuff isn't my forte at all haha 

Yeah. Sounds like a plan. Fish blood n bone won't burn your plants. Just mix it in to the soil well.

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