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How To Make Compost Tea - instructional video

 
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A short instructional video and blog post on how to make compost tea. easy to follow!
http://tainofarm.com/how-to-make-compost-tea/
 
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The video needs less music and more relevance. It was too feely good to be taken seriously. I did not catch any mention of gas off phase (especially for city residence) nor implementation of fungal dominant, or bacterial dominant starters. It would also help to include a more detailed parts list, especially for the pump which is the largest obstacle for people to become motivated in starting compost teas.
 
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