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tutorial Beginner's guide to AACT/Compost Tea

solid7 said:
I don't disagree, but those things are either purchased or seasonally available for me.  And I'd still recommend a compost tea as an early season innoculant.  Just to give things a boost, without going all fertilizer dopey.
That's cool. What works best for each of us is the best way to grow.
Nothing wrong with getting free AACT.
 
Good or bad?
Smells sweet and earthy
 

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Does anyone PH their dechlorinated water before or after adding compost tea ingredients? Don’t think I’ve read any mentioning about it, but my tap water ph level can get as high as 8.2 an if so how would I go about bring that level down without using a ph down or acid?
 

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Does anyone PH their dechlorinated water before or after adding compost tea ingredients? Don’t think I’ve read any mentioning about it, but my tap water ph level can get as high as 8.2 an if so how would I go about bring that level down without using a ph down or acid?

No, but my tap water is 6.5pH ... and I really don't see how to make a solution more acidic without adding acid.
 
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