This  is .  .  .  .    Asparagus Garden Tea.
Asparagus   Garden  Tea
The Seeping Process:
Compost Tea is an aerobic water solution that has extracted the microbe population from the
compost along with the nutrients in a highly concentrate state. It doesn’t burn plants like store
bought fertilizers can.Compost tea can restore beneficial organisms to your soil that were
killed by pesticides or extreme weather.
  
The goal is to increase the number of beneficial organisms as an organic approach to plant / soil
Care once the Asparagus Roots For Sale planted and fed they are ready to start producing  for
you.In sum, Asparags Garden Tea is a garden beverage  increases and maintains soil quality threw
microbes.
water the microbes multiply rapidly. An air stone is added which benefits the growth of the
beneficial microorganisms and give a disadvantage to the bad microorganisms.
Diseases Asparagus Garden Tea  is effective against:   
Black Spot -   Mildew (Downy ) -  Needle Cast - Verticillium Wilt -   White Flies - Mealy Bugs
Rust -  Aphids - Tent Caterpillars  -   Mites Leaf Curl -   Red Thread
The Asparagus Garden Tea applied microbes consume and out compete pathogens for plant
surfaces. Reduces use of pesticides, herbicides, and fertilizers
Occupies the space around the infection sites so even if the disease-causing organisms do start to
grow they can't penetrate the plant tissue.

Asparagus Tea  also Increases water and nutrient retention and aids in the breakdown of toxins in
the soil and plants

A Safe To Use Natural Products:
Commercial fertilizers don't promote healthily soils. They make plants look good and that is for a
short term. Feeding plants without concern for the long term health of the soil is like building a
house on sand.
Furthermore, the Tea being organic brings higher essential vitamins and nutrients that the
body needs to fight cancer.
"The gardening world is buzzing about the incredible
 benefits of compost tea for every thing that grows".
You can make your own premium quality organic compost tea without the hassle of the
mess of traditional compost tea method. And shortly you will be enjoy Asparagus.
Gardeners all know compost is terrific stuff. But there's something even
better than plain old compost, and that is Asparagus Garden Tea.
Compost Asparagus Tea is hardly a new idea. Generations of farmers and gardeners the world
over already know the amazing power of compost tea. What's new and very exciting is scientific
research has proven  just how incredible this garden beverage really is to all vegetable and
flowers plants. And after many years the composted Tea lives on. More than ever
home
gardeners and farmers use compost tea as an organic fertilizer to restore a much needed diversity of
bacteria, fungi and protozoa
back into the soil food web. Because of the ability of the compost tea to
fight disease and replenish the soil daily with nutrients
 Asparagus Garden Tea has become the
cornerstone to our Organic Gardening and Farming.
Billions of Beneficial Microbe
Less than 1/4 teaspoon of garden tea has been shown to contain over a billion bacteria.
This same quarter-teaspoon may also contain over 16 feet of active fungal strands.
Seeping is a breeding process to increase the micro herds of beneficial soil organisms.
Why Are Microbes Beneficial?
Plants depend on fungi and bacteria convert soil minerals to useful forms and build soil.
Structure the higher the numbers and diversity of beneficial microorganisms in your soil
food web. The higher the disease protection, nutrition and yield of your  plants. If you
maximize the biology of your soil, you will maximize the growth, health, vitality of your crops
and plants. Controls and cures leaf curl.
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Asparagus Garden Tea
Making Good Compost Tea:
Beneficial Microbes?
Leaf Curl
Verticillium Wilt
"Good" micro-organism and nutrients.
Needle  Cast
There are two ways to apply the Asparagus Tea. First the Tea can be used as a soil drench, The
tea should be applied at about 1 quart per plant. Just use in place of watering. When Tea is  
applied to the root system it is a direct feed as the Tea is absorbed immediately into the fiberous
root. Therefore the plant is fed and no waiting for the compost in the soil to breakdown to feed the
plants.

The
second way to apply  the Asparagus Tea  is to apply it as spray. For best results, at least
75% of the upper and lower leaf surface should be covered with each application and should be
applied every two weeks though out the growing season.  
Start when the plants have developed their first set of true leaves.  On trees and shrubs spray
two weeks before bud break then every 10 to 14 days.  The tea should be applied before
10:00AM or after 3:00Pm on sunny days because the UV light will kill the microorganisms.When
compost tea is sprayed on a plant, the plant will often grow more vigorously, resist disease and
insect attack, and may produce higher yields of flower and fruit.  While chemical pesticides work
by killing microorganisms, both the pathogenic and the beneficial ones, compost tea works on a
very different principle.

Inoculation of the soil with beneficial organisms can help to release plant available nutrients, aid
the decomposition and recycling of soil organic matter, improve soil structure and add beneficial
organisms to the soil.  The soil is full of microorganisms, such as bacteria, fungi, protozoa, and
nematodes, and can aid plant growth..  
The goal for using compost tea is to enhance the beneficial microorganisms in the soil.
Making  good compost tea begins with well prepared ingredients. We start with actively
managed, mature compost that has been turned a few times. The Tea ingredients consist
composed of  kelp, wheat, hay, blood meal, fish emulsion and   cow,  chicken  and mule  rabbit
manure, kelp and pumpkin pulp Since we make Compost Tea  from manure-based compost
the compost is heated up to at least 135º F for 10 to 14 days . The compost is turned
repeatedly to insure  that a  uniform heating is maintained. After the compost has cooked the
compost is  then  put into burlap sacks.

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What Is Asparagus Garden Tea?
Brew Time Varies :
The longer the compost remains suspended in the water the greater the amount of soluble
materials will be extracted from the compost.These include both living organisms and the
nutrients that will feed them.  Compost tea that is well aerated and recirculated will require a
shorter brewing time than tea made without adequate agitation.
After the burlap sacks   are filled and then tied. The seeping process begins. The sacks are  
microbes begin to come aliv
e.
Apply as oftern as you like and every plant responds positively with new greener growth. In
liquid form nutrients and minerals are readily absorbed by your plants. It reaps fast rewards with
greener leaves, bigger, brighter blooms, and large, more prolific fruit and vegetables.  From the
minute your seedlings emerge, to the final days of fall, your plants benefit from the nutrient rich
ingredients of the Asparagus Garden  Tea.
Results
Mildew Downy
The benefits of Asparagus Garden Tea are many. For example, the compost we till into our
soil at the beginning of the gardening season will have "good" microorganisms threw out
the soil. However,  after a   month or two the "good" microorganisms begin to die off.
Asparagus  Garden Tea is not only food for the asparagus  plants but also food so the
"good"  microorganism can flourish   in other words the Asparagus Garden Tea is needed
to feed the asparagus plants and to keep the "good" microorganisms flourishing.
Save Your Self Time and Energy Buy Asparagus Tea and      
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***********How To Use Asparagus Garden Tea ***********
Comes in zip lock bag ready to use.
1.  Take 3 - 4 tablespoons and put in a gallon container.
2.  Shake up the container.
3.  Place in the sun and it is ready to use.
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