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[compost_tea] Re: Tea additives, Tea Power
Hi Justin -
Thanks for the additional details. I had no
idea you are farming potatoes and white
wheat in San Luis Valley of Colorado.
The Next ACS Compost Workshop is July 28-30, 2004
in Princeton, IL. ACS, Advanced Composting
Systems, is the term Midwest Bio-Systems uses
to describe humified compost; aka Luebke compost.
I suggest that you attend. It is one of the
best compost seminars you can find, and the
only one that addresses humified compost
and the in-depth knowledge associated with
controlled microbial compost.
Feel free to contact me off list if you wish
to obtain further resources on Luebke compost.
Actually, I prefer phone calls over email as
email lacks essential details I need to provide
technical assistance. At a minimum: Name,
Address, Phone, Email, Occupation in detail
(farm acres, crops grown; or whatever).
At the same time, there are several companies
providing a full package of compost tea additives.
North Country Organics
I'm pretty sure you can find good results with
anyone of these, upon brewing a few batches and
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Tracy <rogers@v...> wrote:
> Sorry about leaving my Name off.
> My name is Justin Rogers and I grow Potatoes and White Wheat
> in the San Luis Valley Of Colorado. We are just getting
> started at brewing but we will be brewing 500 gallons at at
> time. About the tea power I was just wondering if anybody
> had used it and if their claims to fame were true.
> Justin Rogers
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