Growing Weed – How To Make Actively Aerated Compost Tea

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The video shows you how to create an Actively Aerated Compost Tea or AACT. This method multiplies the beneficial microorganisms found in the compost by the aerated water medium. Brewing the compost could take 12 hours but you could brew it more to make it stronger. AACT’s are excellent for fertilizing your marijuana plant.

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7 thoughts on “Growing Weed – How To Make Actively Aerated Compost Tea

  1. That is obviously for your vegetative stage, what beneficials do you use
    for the vegetative stage and what do you use for compost tea for flowering
    stage and the beneficials for that stage too

  2. you hit it on the head use a bag when you make tea for humans to drink when
    you make a compost tea dont use a bag just strain it out at the end and top

  3. Supposedly you shouldn’t use a stocking, it’s too fine of a mesh and much
    of the beneficial bacteria can’t pass through it.

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