Here's a little secret. Use any natural soap as a wetting
for your sprays. You only need to add 5 drops per gallon. Works great!!!
Use Dr. Bronners Soaps
Plants need oxygen too. Try this..... Go to the drug store and buy the 2%
Hydrogen Peroxide1..Add 1 oz per gallon to your spraying mixture. Your plants will love
it. This oxygen will allow greater absorption of nutrients into their system.
addition to your bacterial spraying kit is apple cider! Apple
cider or apple vinegar will
help to incase the acidity of the water and allow bacterial sprays to work better. Only
works where your water is alkaline
Developing a Spraying Program Here is a spraying schedule which you will learn to
adapt to your own use. Follow it and learn from it.
WINTER Winter months spray trace minerals on bark of trees, onto leaves of plants.
Spray once per month. Add very little bacterial to spraying's as they will not be useful
in the winter months even in warm climates. Use formula #1 for this. Note : this is for
Southern areas with warm Winter. You don't spray during snowing months.
SPRING Introduce bacteria as early as possible. Apply compost tea in spraying's. Use
Nitron A-35, Agri-Gro, Roots or Shure crop to boost bacteria counts along with the compost
tea. Add 1 lb. rock dust/5 lbs Maxi Crop to 5 gallons water, or use your own Superseaweed.
Use gallon of this mixture per 5 gallons of water. This is the spraying mixture you will
use. If you can't make your own Superseaweed, you can obtain the real SuperSeaweed from
The Invisible Gardener. See Superseaweed.
SUMMER To 5 gallons water add the following: Allow to sit over night, strain into
sprayer. « cup rock dust mixture (see above) 2 cups seaweed mixture (see above). compost
tea bag 1 cup fish emulsion (optional)
FALL To 5 gallons water add: Allow to sit over night, strain, spray! 1 cup Fish
Emulsion 1 cup Agri-Grow 1 cup Nitron A-35 1 cup Shure Crop 1 cup of your own liquid
seaweed mixture 1 Tea bag of compost 1 cup. Rock dust
1 Food Grade or Farm Grade is better.
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