Actively Aerated Microbial Rich Tea Solution Ingredients 1. 1lb worm castings or vermiblend (castings, compost or humus). 2. 2 TBS molasses. 3. 1 TBS soy-ful, A liquid plant nutrient produced from fermented soybeans to be used as part of a complete fertilization program through all stages of plant development. 4. 1 TBS humic acid. 5. 1 TBS fish hydrolysate (optional). 6. 2 TBS organic soluble seaweed. 7. 2 TBS earth juice catalyst. 8. 2 TBS primal harvest solution guano. 9. 2 TBS mycorrhizae (add in at the end of the brewing cycle, long term aereation will destroy the mycorrihizal hyphae). 10. 5 gallons of lukewarm reverse osmosis water or distilled water (tap water contains chlorine and chloramines, these will kill the microbial populations you are trying to breed). Pre Activate Fungi In Microbial Media (compost, castings, humus) To pre activate add 6 TBS of powdered baby oatmeal to dry media. Thoroughly mix, add just enough filtered water to achieve a drop or two of discharge when squeezing a handful. Let set for three days in darkness, preferably at 80 degrees F. A heat mat with a thermostat placed at the bottom of the container works well to achieve this. If visible fungal mycelia have formed, (a dense fluffy white blanket), continue with the brewing process. This process will increase the beneficial fungal populations in the tea. Brewing and Application rates The aeration should be apparent and diffuse over the entire surface area of the container, the more air the better. 1. Add microbial foods (ingredients 2 thru 8 and 10). 2. Mix well and add airstones in bottom of bucket. 3. Add ingredient number 1, worm castings, compost or humus, place in stocking if tea will be used for foliar feeding. 4. Begin brewing cycle. 5. Let cycle run for 24 to 36 hours. 6. Dilute one cup per gallon of filtered water to get the most out of your tea, or use straight as it has no capability of burning. 7. Water or foliar feed within 4 hours of completion for highest microbial activity, or store for up to 7 days in the refrigerator. 8. Important – Tea should smell earthy fresh and like good compost or healthy soil, if smell is foul like spoiled milk or vomit the tea has gone anaerobic and should not be used.