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What are your opinions about adding Banana tea & Wood ash to your composted soil, during the flowering stage?

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Also, would one really need to flush the plant before harvest. If only "organic-brews" were used during the plants life cycle. 

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Also, would one really need to flush the plant before harvest. If only "organic-brews" were used during the plants life cycle. 
There are arguments for & against flushing. I prefer to half my nutrients & a longer cure time.

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3 hours ago, Rabbit said:

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What are your opinions about adding Banana tea & Wood ash to your composted soil, during the flowering stage?

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im starting to use seed sprout tea for nutrients i will be using popcorn and mung beans during flowering 

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im starting to use seed sprout tea for nutrients i will be using popcorn and mung beans during flowering 
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What are your opinions about adding Banana tea & Wood ash to your composted soil, during the flowering stage?
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Hi Rabbit,
Have you used the ash and banana tea? Just watch the ph with ash it tends to be quite high and can wreak havoc on the existing microlife and cause more problems.
I brewed the bananas with my normal compost tea and mixed my 'ash tea' seperately, added some used coffee grounds to lower ph to around 7.

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