Many websites give directions on how to “brew” compost tea by soaking compost in a bucket of water fitted with aquarium pumps and bubblers. It’s important that the solution is aerated for proper production of beneficial organisms.
“Passive” compost tea is prepared by immersing a burlap sack filled with compost into a bucket or tank, stirring occassionally. Usually the brew time is longer, from 7 to 10 days. This is the method that dates back hundreds of years in Europe, and is more akin to a compost watery extract than a “brewed” and aerated compost tea.
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