Supplying garden lovers with compost tea, the natural alternative. Adding compost tea literally adds life to your soil in the form of microbes. Microbes have their own agenda and it’s up to us to give them all the help they need. Soil microorganisms are responsible for most of the nutrient release from organic matter. When microorganisms breakdown organic matter in your yard, they use the carbon and nutrients for their own growth. They release excess nutrients into the soil where they can be taken up by plants.
Beneficial microbes and roots have a symbiotic relationship. They interact with each other. In addition to eating dead root matter and increasing root reach, beneficial microbes are hard at work in the root zone by maintaining the correct pH, making nutrients more available by breaking them into digestible forms, secreting growth and bloom cofactors, boosting its essential oil production
Establishing and maintaining a balanced rhizosphere