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lacto bacillus and tea leaves?

 
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now that i am bound to my indoor prison for winter the boredom has set in and its time for me to grow plants hydroponically indoors. only issue is unless i have a aquaculture set up its not ORGANIC! nutrients arent bioavailable in plain old water and organic fertilizer ...soo i decided to make lacto-bacillus now i need some sort of organic fertilizer to for the lacto bacillus to turn into available nutrients. so my question is can i use spent tea leaves along with lactobacillus to fertilize my hydroponic plants?
 
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I don’t know anything about the process you are asking about, but I happened to find this source of organic nutrients just today. I have not tried them.

http://gh.growgh.com/docs/Catalog/GH-CAT16_031516am.pdf

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