Compost Tea Recipe to Grow BIG Vegetables Revealed

JOHN KOHLER: Alright, this is John Kohler
with Today we have another exciting episode for
you and I’m on yet another field trip. No, sorry guys, not in my garden teaching
you guys about gardening stuff, but this is going to be an important episode for you guys
that want to brew some compost tea, because where we’re at today, we’re at Rohnert
Park in California at 366 City Center Drive, and where we’re at is the home of the Boogie
Brew Company. And the Boogie Brew Company makes my favorite
compost tea that I use in my garden plus they offer you guys many different, the products
that I use in my garden, that you can’t find anywhere else, and more specifically,
at the lowest possible prices. It’d be great to talk about their products
today, but we’re not really going to do that. We’re going to take you inside the Boogie
Brew Company real quick, show you around real quick, but the meat of this episode, so to
speak, is going to be talking to the owner Josh, who’s a master compost tea formulator,
and he’s going to be sharing his open source compost tea with you guys. So what is open source? I’m big into open source, if you guys have
been watching me for any length of time you know I’m into open source. I love the Linux operating system simply because
it’s open source. What open source is it means there’s no
trade secrets. Companies, these big companies want to protect
their trade secrets so they can make more money, and that’s bullshit. GMOs like trade secrets. We’re going to keep our trade secrets and
patent life. I’m into heirloom seeds that people grow
the seeds, they can save their seeds, they can grow them out, and then they can pass
them along to friends. This is how garden grow, not through corporate
companies trying to keep all the secrets, all this kind of stuff. So I think there needs to be more open source
in the world; people sharing ideas and secrets. There’s many different open source projects
online that share ideas and leave it to the community to improve it. And when things are put out to the people
to improve it, it’s much better than one single person or a group of people or a corporation
to try to improve something, so we’ll see massive benefits. And the things that I like to talk about are
the things that are going to benefit society. All my gardening videos are open source. I do this for free, I do this for no charge
to you guys. You guys can watch all my videos any time
and what we’re going to get Josh to share with you guys is compost tea: how he makes
this Boogie Brew Tea, what ingredients he uses so you guys in case you don’t want
to buy his stuff, you guys can make your own. That’s what I try to show in my videos,
whether you have money and you want to buy a lot of stuff, great. We’re going to show you how you can make
it on your own without buying his premade compost tea. So now we’re going to head into Boogie Brew. They’re open Monday through Friday from
4:20 to 12:20, so figure that one out. So here we are in Boogie Brew. This is literally a home office. What it is is the downstairs is the office,
and the upstairs is where Josh lives. So this is a home-based business here at Rohnert
Park, and Josh is considered the Amazon of compost tea. Probably sells more compost tea online than
anybody I know. That’s why I came to the expert, and as
you guys can see, they’ve got a little display showroom here where you can come and pick
stuff up and tell him you want the GYG Special to come to beautiful Rohnert Park in County
to pick up all these great products, including the Boogie Humus, the Elemite, and of course
the water filters that I use in my very garden to get the chlorine out; it really is that
important. Next I want to take you guys on a quick tour
of the warehouse to share with you guys how much really they’re shipping and how hard
they’re working here. So where I’m at now is the Boogie Brew Warehouse. It’s not just a warehouse in an industrial
park; this is Josh’s garage, where he would park his car, but he parks outside because
he’s fully stocked here with all the Boogie Brew products, and does the shipping out of
here so that you guys can get the Boogie Brew, the compost tea, the Elemite, and all the
other products that he offers that he ships literally all over the country. Let’s go ahead and check out the Boogie
Brew warehouse and show you some of the steps that goes on here. Over in this area they’ve got all the boxes
that you may have seen from my other videos. This is actually the Ellie box, the Elemite
box. This is 50 pounds of rock dust that they’ll
sell you for one low price, delivered flat rate. Maybe I should do some curls with these guys. Wow, that’s quite heavy. That’s probably the best deal on rock dust
that you’ll find. Here they got the Cascade minerals, rock dust
box, a lot more stout and heavy there. Then of course they’ve got the Sea-90 products,
these are the trace minerals I like from the sea. I recommend using the rock and the sea minerals. Here’s a Boogie, it has a fungal-dominated
soil organisms to your garden. Of course the Boogie Brew compost tea, Josh’s
flagship product that when I originally met him, I came to him for the compost tea and
I’ve been using it and hooked on the tea every since. They got a stock of all different kinds of
stuff here, as you can see, they’re just packing and shipping the orders. They’re actually quite organized here and
when they do have stock to ship, they get it out fairly quickly. Here’s the pallet of the boxes that’ll
be going out, probably to one of you guys. Let’s see here. If you’re Salvador Vasquez in L.A., what’s
up dude, your box is going out today. Alright, and they have all the other stuff,
too. Like Aryba, pure Neem oil, the Dr. Bronnard’s
soap, the super clean Neem, which is some of the ways that I like to control pests in
my garden. But we’re not here to talk about all that
stuff today. What we’re here to talk about is actually
to talk to Josh directly about the compost tea that he sells. What we’re going to do for that is we’re
going to go over his compost tea facility where he mixes and makes the compost tea that
ends up in the bags here that gets shipped out to you guys, and we’re going to share
with you guys how you can make your own at home, without buying his, because I’m all
for saving money whenever possible. Alright now I’m going to take you into the
Boogie Bunker, and this is where Josh formulates his secret compost tea recipe. He has 17 different unique ingredients that
go into his compost tea to make it. One of the reasons I like his compost tea
is it doesn’t contain any manure products other than worm castings. I’m not a big fan of using animal manures
as a compost tea and people could say, “Compost tea, what does that mean?” I means you put compost in water and let it
seep for a few hours and call that compost tea. That’s not what I’m talking about. When I say compost tea, I mean a biologically
active compost tea and it comes down to the ingredients he includes enlivens and feeds
the bacteria in the compost tea to bring them alive. We’re going to go inside the Boogie Bunker
and talk to Josh and have him share with you all the different ingredients plus his open
source compost tea recipe for you guys. So now we’re with Josh Cunnings, the formulator
of the Boogie Brew compost tea, and we’re going to have him share his open source version
of the compost tea that he makes to sell to you guys. So first off Josh, I want to ask you why are
you sharing your compost tea recipe with the world? I mean they could basically now rip you off
and make their own stuff and sell it and put you out of business. JOSH: Well, first of all, let me say that
I want people to brew baby brew, instead of drill baby drill for more oil to pour on our
soil, or buy baby buy. Exactly. All those liquid products that are made from
chemicals which originate from oil and gas. So, come on. We get people who come to us, and they have
multiple hundreds of gallons of compost tea that they need us to make, and we just sell
them the bulk ingredients. It’s easier to do that. Most of our customers, they’re happy buying
our one-stop shop as you famously remember the name. One-stop shop recipe. If a grower was to buy individually each of
our ingredients and mix this together themselves, which we strongly encourage for those who
it’s economically viable to do so, absolutely, please do, and that’s what we’re going
to talk about today. But for most of them it’s just more convenient
to buy our one-stop shop recipes. If you were to add up the cost of these ingredients
and make it yourself, the typical grower on the street would end up spending at least
$5, $6 a pound. Now they grow a deal, either from the GYG
page or ask for it at their local grow supply store that proudly sells Boogie Brew, and
get it for around that price. $4o to $50 bucks for an eight-pounder is 150
gallons of compost tea, of world-class veganic fertilizing compost tea. So why am I doing this? Because I believe in what you believe in:
open-source wisdom. Rip open all these supposed secrets about
organic horticulture and offer people the real insider knowledge of what it takes to
produce a world-class compost tea that in turn is going to produce world-class results
in your garden. So in a nutshell, why am I doing this? Because you asked me to and because I believe
in the power of GYG, and I want you guys to have every avenue that’s available to you
to brew your own way to a greener, healthier, and much more successful gardening thumb today. JOHN: Wow, wow. I mean, definitely agree with the open source
and I’m glad Josh has shared this with you guys so you guys can brew your own if you
don’t want to buy his stuff. So Josh, let’s talk about the basic ingredients
that go into your compost tea because you’re basically using the Worm Castings and the
Boogie Humus not in any kind of manure-based product as in other tea recipes. Tell us about these guys and what percentages
are you using in your tea. JOSH: Well, California vermiculture. John did a video where he interviewed its
founder John Howard and I got to give George some credit here. George is one of my mentors in organic horticulture
industry. It’s a vegan casting. Any good compost tea begins with super high-quality
worm casting. Now commercially, as a worm casting you can
buy bang your buck, nothing beats the power of Worm Gold Plus. And we take comfort in the fact that this
is a veganic casting, i.e., the worms that produce such high-quality, high-cellulites,
we won’t have time to talk about those cellulites, those cellulates, and those kinase enzyme
levels today, but what I can say is that bang for your buck, bulk granola cereal pricing,
soil ecology building dollar value, nothing comes close to Worm Gold Plus. Two million colony-forming units per driveway
that dissolves the exo-skeletal matter of the bugs, the chitin, and also 200 million
colony-forming units per dry weight gram of cellulose, the enzyme that helps dissolve
the highphol bats of things like mildew spores. So right there, plus it’s just so solid. Literally you could eat this. You could make a tea just out of Worm Gold
and drink it. And unlike manure-based worm castings, i.e.
worms that are fed a horse manure stock, these are grain-fed worm, non GMO-grain mind you,
and also kiatanic chitin, and cellulose-rich diet. That means things as simple as cardboard,
and as complex as the shelves from beetles backs that they use in the natural food dyes
industry and etc. So one-third all of your compost tea recipe,
John, should be a quality worm casting and also a quality humus, a quality compost. What is the different between a compost and
a humus? That is a good question and one I’m still
learning the answer to. Compost, is obviously what it is, it’s composted
biodegraded matter that comes out of people’s waste bins that you make in a jar or composter. Humus is the aged, broken down further biodegraded
version of that. Our humus, it comes from what we call the
Boogie Humus made by an immaculate church, the meloprofile apostle himself, and this
is a minimum of a 16-month aged product. That means it goes through its mandatory PRP,
which the state of California at least requires for you to register a product as a compost. While it does go through that heat process
to kill off any bad microbes and bad bugs that are in the composted wood chips, it then
undergoes another year plus length of cold fermentation biodegradation, which is relying
on fungal decomposition to create what we feel is a world-class wood chip based humus. It’s 85 percent plus woodchip and barely
15 percent green waste go into the formulation of our Boogie Humus. Now, these two ingredients without a doubt
in my opinion make up the basis of any world-class compost tea. A good worm casting, which is going to produce
the bacterial biology for you, and a good woodchip-based vegan humus that’s going
to produce the fungal conditions in your tea and thus in your soil that are then beneficial
for creating a microbial and fungal beneficial web of life in the soil. JOHN: Wow, wow, I mean I definitely agree
with these products. I add these products to my own soil mix. Aside from brewing them as a compost tea,
but Josh you got another 15 different products to go over here that are all important to
your tea recipe. You’re not just using these alone, so let’s
go ahead and get into those next. So now we’re going to get into individual
ingredients that are also added to Josh’s world-class compost tea, and these are the
kelp products that I like so much. You may even notice this stuff here, the kelp
meal you can actually buy at the local health food store and eat it yourself. A lot of this stuff is food-grade, so Josh,
why do you put the kelp meal in your compost tea, and what’s the different between them? JOSH: Well, sure John. The reason I add kelp to my compost tea recipe
is because kelp is a stunning microbial booster. It’s just loaded with hormones, with minerals,
unique extracts that are only available through kelp, which goes deep into the ocean floor
and harvests massive levels of ocean nutrition for your soil and thus for your plants with
its contents. Now the different between these two products
is one the dehydrated juice with huge levels of potassium and it’s 17 percent. The other is more like the whole kelp fiber,
the kelp meal. Distinctly different products. One is a lot stronger than the other, but
they both have their unique disposition to improving the microbial quality of your tea,
and I like to use both the kelp meal and I like to use the kelp extract. I’m not going to disclose my precise ratios
to you right now but I am going to tell you that together these two products compost a
20 to 25 percent range of all the good compost tea recipes, including Boogie Brew. That’s it for the kelp propaganda right
here, but it’s also an incredibly crucial ingredient in your own open-sourced world-class
compost tea. JOHN: So I love kelp and other seaweeds and
I try to include them in my diet for minerals regularly as you probably should put it in
your compost tea, as you just learned. But next we got another two more food ingredients
that you can buy at your health food store, including this stuff here. This nutritional yeast flakes, it imparts
a cheesy flavor on food you put it on, and next here we’ve got the soy aminos. That stuff will definitely stink you up, and
it’s also known as Bragg’s Liquid Aminos if you go to any health food store. So Josh, tell us about these two products
next. JOSH: Sure, absolutely John. Most of you are familiar with the soy amino,
although you don’t know it by name, you certainly know it by sight by having seen
it for decades in your health food stores under the name of Bragg’s Liquid Aminos. Well, this is the identical product in a sensibly
priced agriculture water-soluble dehydrated powder grade. Now, this is all amino acids from soy. There’s one product I would prefer in my
compost tea recipe, but I am unable to add it because it makes it too rich, and that’s
the pure protein John that we recommend that comes from codfish. We’re trying to keep our tea recipe veganic,
no animal products, so that would exclude all fish, and also we need to keep it stable
in the bag, so we substitute in the Agmino, 14-0-0. Don’t be fooled by the high nitrogen rating
folks, because this is all in the form of free-form amino acids, which can only be found
from a truly enzymatically-digested water-soluble hydrolyzed soy amino extract and it’s certified
non-GMO soy. Microbes, just like humans, they feast on
amino acids. The secret with this stuff is not to use too
much. I recommend don’t go above about five to
ten percentile range on your own compost tea recipe using a product like the Agmino, or,
even better, your protein John. Now let’s move on to one of our favorites. I can remember growing up on this in a vegan
hippie household. Yes indeed, the substitute for the cheese
flavoring on your popcorn, your Yeast 500 Flakes right here. Now, just like the humans we loved all the
different B vitamins and the amino acids that are afforded to us in a quality. Believe me, it’s even better because also
the phosphorus in it, which is a little too high for the human body but oh my God, plants
go crazy on this and microbes go crazier. So we use a lot of this food-grade Brusies
product in our compost tea. You’re welcome to use as much as, let’s
say, I’m going to be vague, but 20 percent of your recipe. Between 10 and 20 percent should be a quality
brews yeast product. B vitamins and a lot of amino acids, and there’s
just something about the fermented quality of this food source that the microbes go crazy
about. JOHN: Now we’re going to talk about the
next two ingredients that Josh uses in his tea. And these are commonly used amendments to
add to your soil to add nutrition. So tell us about the soybean meal organic
and the organic alfalfa meal. JOSH: Sure John. Soybean meal has always been one of my all
around nitrogen inputs for your soil. Actually, Neem seed meal, we’ll talk about
that in another episode. Soybean meal, it affords the same quality
to a compost tea recipe that something like soybean miso would afford to the human gastrointestinal
tract. It creates the right conditions of the microbes
to really flourish and produce themselves in. Why that is, I can’t really tell you. I’m not a soil scientist. Many of you know me as being the produce of
Boogie Brew, and formulator of what we like to call a world-class compost tea recipe,
but the truth is, not even the most esteemed soil biologist on Earth truly understands
the nature of what’s going on in the ground beneath us. All I Know is, soybean meal is a fantastic
microbial repopulating food source, so I like to use lots of it in Boogie Brew, again, up
to 10, 15 percent of your recipe should be something like this. Now, make sure John, you tell your viewers,
make sure you use a certified non-GMO. It’s getting harder and harder to find a
non-genetically-modified soybean. This, of course, we have our friends Down
to Earth, whose products we all sell in bulk here. They’re just fantastic. Without them, I wouldn’t be able to produce
Boogie Brew for you, so I’m very grateful that this company is producing a sensibly-priced
bulk amendment like the non-GMO certified organic soybean meal. Now, with the alfalfa, it gets a little richer,
a little more activation. Same basic component. It’s contributing nitrogen and making the
tea more active. Alfalfa, just for your information, can be
used in your own home composters to increase the thermal decomposition of your compost. I would go easy on this. Don’t easy more than five to ten percent
of your compost tea recipe, but nonetheless it is a crucial ingredient. I love what alfalfa does to compost, to soil
and yes indeed, to a world-class compost tea. JOHN: And to yourself. You could actually eat alfalfa juice meal,
and alfalfa juice powders. They’re another green food for us, and another
green food for the microbes. JOSH: I believe the Greeks translate it as,
alfalfa in Greek means “father of all foods.” So certainly it’s the granddaddy of a good
compost tea recipe. JOHN: So next we’re going to talk about
some of the mineral products that go into help feed the microbes, but also feed your
plants once you spray them on topically or foiler feed or soiler drench with the compost
tea. So Josh, what do we have here? We have the Sea-90. What does this do and how much should somebody
use? JOSH: Alright, Sea-90, one of Boogie Brew’s
all-time favorite agriculture inputs and yes indeed, what we believe is a critical ingredient
in any world-class compost tea recipe. This stuff comes from Baja California, from
the Sea of Cortes, where the San Andreas Fault makes landfall. The place where the Colorado River used to
deposit millions of years’ worth of Rocky Mountain river deposit. So you get the best of sea, the land, and
thermal venting from the San Andreas Fault, so you get a geographically unique region
in the world where sea meets land and twice a year, the ocean does this flood tide and
between 30 miles it pulls back and as it leaves behind in the high beds and the higher spots
a deposit which is dehydrated purely by the sun, what we feel is the world’s greatest
salt. Just amazing stuff, good for humans, too. Comes with 90 elements in it and yes indeed,
microbes feed on this stuff. In fact, John, to my knowledge and from what
I understand from my good friends at Sea Agri is that this is the only probiotic salt. So it’s the only salt that has all these
elements in it that allow for microscopic reproduction of all probiotic life forms. So imagine the sauerkraut companies out that
that could benefit from using this stuff. All we know is it seems to make a fabulous
difference in our tea recipe, but go easy on it. Remember, the ancient Egyptians, they used
to pray to a god called Hapi for a once a year tidal flood of the Mediterranean Sea
flooding the whole Nile River Delta rice-growing region. They only wanted it once a year so just that
one time per crop cycle, a salt water flood rinse created the right microbial conditions
with all of those unique positively charged elements that are only available in sea water
to allow microbes to then reproduce themselves in their soil. So every time you use up to five percent,
no more. No more than five percent in your recipe of
Sea-90. Guess what’s going to happen? It’s going to make that tea explode with
life. JOHN: I also recommend a foiler feeding and
soiler drench of the Sea-90 diluted properly to water to add the trace minerals into your
soil and get them into your plants as well. They will respond. JOSH: But no more than once a month. Less is more with the Sea-90 John. JOHN: So some of these bulk ingredients are
actually fairly inexpensive, but some of them get quite expensive, so that’s why this
one is in this special container, because this is one of the ones that gets quite expensive. So Josh, what have we got here? JOSH: John, here we have yet another critical
ingredient which we don’t believe in using too much on, excuse me. This is the water soluble humic Acid crystals. Now, this should not be used more than maybe
three to seven percent, right around a five percent range on your own compost tea recipe. And that is because too much humic content
can actually damage microbial repopulation. You want that humic to get down into the home
that you’ve built for it in the soil, where it then builds the conditions to allow the
nutrients to be broken down properly. So humic acid is basically pure carbon in
liquid form. Humic acid is basically the only source of
broken down carbon that’s available to your soil, so go easy on the stuff. Too much of a good thing, like too much of
a good dessert, too much of a good thing is definitely not good, but about five percent
of your compost tea recipe can reliably be a product like this, the water-soluble humic
acid crystals. And what it’ll do is it’ll help that compost
tea to then create, John, in the soil itself, the kingdom that you’re building for that
tea, it’ll help create the right conditions for carbon degradation and for conversion
of nutrients to your plants. That’s what humic is known as, the great
catalyst in organic horticulture. JOHN: Wow, there are so many different ingredients
in this compost tea and each ingredient has a specific reason in there. If there wasn’t a reason, it wouldn’t
be in there and I think it’s sad that people make compost tea out of just worm castings
and expect it to be the best when it’s missing a lot of these different ingredients that
each od something special. Let’s learn about the last few ingredients
that Josh adds to his world-class compost tea. So Josh, let’s go ahead and talk about these
next few ingredients that go in your compost tea. These ingredients that you can add directly
to your soil, of course in the right proportions. JOSH: Alright, so this here is calcium phosphate. It’s a colloidal, that means a negatively-charged
clay-bound form of calcium and phosphate, and primarily we’re adding it to Boogie
Brew to act as a fast, quick-release source of phosphorus to your plants’ roots. Yes, microbes seem to love it too, but again,
trying to formulate an all-in-one one-stop shop food-based compost tea recipe, we feel
wisely including calcium phosphate in a powdered, or even you can get a granulated form that’s
a little cheaper. This stuff’s actually hard to get. There’s been some floods in Florida recently
and most of the stuff’s mined from Florida, so keep in mind the world’s reserves of
calcium phosphate calphos are somewhat limited, including ours right here in America. I mean a few floods in Florida were all it
took to create a shortage of this stuff. Again, no more than five, seven, maybe ten
percent of your tea recipe should be a phosphorus-enhancing ingredient like this right here, the calphos. Now, let’s go on to talk about one of my
favorite all-time mineral products, and yes indeed it’s the Cascade Minerals from right
here on the West Coast in Oregon and I go for this stuff. Any good compost tea recipe really enjoys
the addition of a really high quality mineral food source for your microbes. Now we already used the positively charge
Sea-90 in our tea recipe but guess what, microbes, just like humans, love a diverse ratio of
different forms of minerals. So while you have your positively charged,
instantly available sea water minerals that are in Sea-90, you also have your negatively
charge. Remember the negative charge is something
like a colloidal charge, clay powder that women use to pull toxins from their skin. It absorbs and penetrates and structure. So you can go ahead and be as generous as
you want with imparting the benefits of a colloidally-formed terra-formed mineral, a
volcanic ash deposit product like this one here, the Cascade Minerals. Could be something more simple like a clay
powder. It could be a Rocky Mountain deposit like
the Elemite that I love so much. The reason I like the Cascade is it’s dark;
anything dark is good for a compost tea recipe. It imparts a lot of calcium, it imparts a
lot of magnesium, and it’s granulated, and that consistency on the granulation is critical
to creating a pillow of ingredients that are not too soft and not too compacted and slimy. So I really try to go for granulated products
whenever I can in a compost tea recipe. And the reason for that is you’re getting
more BSA — bacterial surface area — on every little granule of this mineral matter
than you otherwise would in a powdered product. So in any compost tea recipe, a quality mineral
is definitely going to act as a catalyst that benefits the electrical charges afforded by
all those mineral atoms to the microbes. Try to think of a compost tea recipe of the
mind that microbe, and what it would like to feast on in that tea recipe. And so that’s how I arrived at adding a
quality volcanic rock mineral deposit product to my tea recipe. Again, no more than five, seven, ten percent
on a product like Cascade Minerals. JOHN: I like to use the Cascade Minerals in
my own garden as well as other rock dust and I recommend you guys you use the rock dust
in your garden with the soil along with the compost tea. So Josh, it looks like the next ingredient
you’re using is the Florida crystal certified evaporated cane juice. If my smoothie’s not sweet enough, because
I’m using unripe bananas from the store and I don’t even buy organic ones, can I
add that stuff to my smoothies to make them sweeter? Is that same stuff that I would eat? JOSH: Absolutely. In fact, John, if World War III happened right
now, I could come into the Boogie Bunker and I could eat a bunch of this stuff. I’m not sure that I would enjoy doing so,
but I would be afforded enough basic human nutrition to survive for several months. Now the Florida cane juice crystals, they’re
a good clean product. I can get them in bulk at a reasonable price. A lot of people know the benefits of adding
something like molasses. You probably heard about adding molasses to
a compost tea recipe. Unfortunately, in Boogie Brew’s case, for
use to have a good, stable and yet active recipe dehydrated in a bag ready for you guys
to activate for literally pennies to a gallon, when we add molasses it makes it too rich
so the microbes, they already have the main course. They don’t need too much dirt. So we like to add, instead of a molasses product,
we like to add the certified organic, obviously it’s ideal to get a good evaporated cane
juice crystal, far more than just a sugar. What makes this better than a typical organic
sugar is that it’s a whole cane juice crystal and once again, just like the human body,
survives much better on a whole food product, so in turn do microbes. They seem to respond better to wholly evaporated
cane juice crystal product like the Florida cane juice crystals, versus a typical table
sugar. If you have to, go ahead and use your typical
table sugar. Now for most compost tea recipes out there,
you can be more liberal in the usage of a sugar source, whether that’s a molasses,
a common table sugar, or one of my favorite products is actually called sucana, we use
that in our Boogie Brew mix. That’s sucana, another evaporated cane juice
product. The most wholesome, darkest, richest cane
sugar product that you can put in your tea recipe is a good sugar to feed your microbes. In Boogie Brew’s case, because we use so
many other foods, that same analogy of “Be care what you wish for”/too much of a good
thing cannot be always beneficial. So, again, because they’re being fed all
these other food sources, they’ve got the main course. They don’t need much dessert. So in our case, we tend to moderate the amount
of sugar that we’re using. In your case you’re probably thinking,”
Hm, how can I take some of these ingredients, if not most of them, and make my own open
source compos tea?” If you’re being more simplistic about this
and using just a quality worm casting, a quality humus, a quality kelp, and then a sugar, then
you can use up to 20 or 25 percent. In our case, we don’t use more than 10 percent
of a sugar in our Boogie Brew recipe and that was for the reason I just described. So this all sounds kind of vague and complex,
well there’s a reason for that. Too much of anything, especially in a human
diet, same thing, too much sugar is not a good thing. But microbes absolutely feast on this stuff. It’s hard to get wrong using a certified
evaporated cane juice product in your own compost tea recipe. JOHN: I would recommend cane juice product
in your compost tea recipe, but not in your diet. I am not an advocate of eating extracted whole
sugar products. I’d rather eat some stevia leaves out of
my garden or some fresh fruit grown on my own tree enhanced with the rock dust and the
Boogie Brew tea. So, Josh, what’s this next one, the granulated
humic acid? JOSH: Okay, so the granulated humic, again,
it’s going to function as a carbon food source for your microbes. So you’ve got all the high-opting carbon
recycles, the live digesters in the tea. You need to give them a carbon base for them
to fire on all cylinders and adding the granulated humic acids to your tea recipe will accomplish
that. Again, you can be a little more liberal with
the use of this product because it’s not so instantly solubilized and broken down,
but too much of a good thing, too much carbon, can overwhelm a good compost tea recipe. So the granulated humic, think of it as the
water-soluble humic but a little more sustained release, a little easier, more forgiving and
you know, five to ten percent once again on your own world-class compost tea open source
recipe with the granulated humic acids. JOHN: Alright Josh, we’re down to the last
two ingredients that are going into your Boogie Brew compost tea. And actually they’re mined mineral products. I like mineral products not too much. Let’s learn about the Langbeinite and the
Green Sand that’s in your Boogie Brew compost tea. JOSH: Sure. Both of these together are not going to make
more than five to ten percent of your own tea recipe. Those are about the ratios that we’re using
on them in Boogie Brew and yet they contribute unique properties, catalyzing properties to
microbes. Both are great sources of potassium. Langbeinite is great for sulfate and for magnesium
and the green sand is great for potassium. Now green sand is glauconite. I like it because of the unique color spectrum
that it affords my compost tea. I hate to sound vague, but different colors
feed the human diet but the rainbow diet that we’ve heard of as good for the body, same
for the tea. Using these different colored minerals, I
know that sounds vague, but it really seems to work. These are the last two ingredients, they’re
catalyzing ingredients, they’re mined mineral products. One is a great source of mined magnesium,
the langbeinite. The other is a great source of mined potassium. The green sand. Now what makes these products work so well
in a compost tea recipe is that whereas if you were to ad them to your soil, they would
only be available in a slowly released sustained form, guess what? Microbes have a magic synergizing action on
them in a compost tea recipe. They make the minerals that are available
in these unique mined products more bioavailable to your plants, and that is the name of Boogie’s
game. A synergistic effect of taking all these wonderful
veganic food sources together, giving them to you in a one-stop shop both granular biology,
best bang for your buck and you know what? We’re going to be open source. We’re going to make all of this stuff available
to you know for the first time ever as a one-stop shop open source compost tea platform. JOHN: So now you guys learned what actually
goes into Josh’s Boogie Brew compost tea and basically, he’s got the biology in there
by the Worm Gold Plus and the Boogie Humus. And then he has food for the biology. It’s not really that difficult, the food
being the sugars, the sweeteners, or things like the minerals coming out of the different
products and the hormones out of the kelp. So many different things that he’s formulated
over the years. Next I think it’s really important to you
guys to share with you guys why Josh came up with this Boogie Brew compost tea product
and why he’s so passionate to get it out to people, so we’re going to sit down with
Josh and ask him a few more questions about the world-class Boogie Brew compost tea. JOHN: So this is how Josh mixes his compost
tea. You may not want to invest in a cement mixer
to do that, how can somebody mix up their compost tea Josh? JOSH: I started out with my own tea recipe
back when I was a grower. I would just literally mix everything by hand
as best as I could in a bolk tobin. So take that one third of your recipe that
should be a quality worm casting and a quality biodegraded wood compost wood chip product,
ideally something that’s already become a humus, and then add all those food sources
that we just got done talking about, and literally mix it up in a tobin by hand. If you want to go upgrade and go to the next
step you can get a mixer. I sit here and make between, I still make
the tea damnit, between 2500 and a 1000 pounds of this stuff a night and yes indeed, I make
it all right here with a good old faithful Ribbon blending mixer, or you can even use
something like a concrete mixer. This has a ribbon in it that also turns and
mixes the ingredients for us, but definitely creating a good granular mix, try to buy those
granulated ingredients. Remember, the magic happens not in the ingredients
themselves, but in the air pockets that are built between those ingredients. The BSA, the bacterial surface area. Those are all your different crevices, all
your little air pockets and spaces for the microbes to repopulate themselves, to colonize,
but definitely creating a good mix with a quality mixer is a very good idea. It’s going to create a better compost tea
for you. JOHN: Alright Josh, so you make I don’t
know how many thousands of pounds that you make every night now, and you have a really
fast turnover, so I don’t want somebody to go out and buy tons of this stuff and make
a ton of compost tea and they sit on it for years, is it still going to be active after
a year? How long can you store the compost tea? JOSH: That won’t work at all. In fact, the biggest pillow of ingredients
that we now make and sell in an active but stable form is our eight-pound bag. We’ve actually quit selling our 15-pound
bag because the recipe we produce has gotten so rich and active that the microbes will
suffocate if the pillow of ingredients is too large. So we recommend put the magic, there’s one
more ingredient we didn’t talk about that goes into this bin every darn night. I try to remember it, alright? JOHN: Do you pee in the bin? I would. JOSH: I bet you would, with your veganic pee
you would. I call it the love vitamin. Vitamin L, it comes from the heart, it comes
from the head, and definitely like when there’s clumps of the worm castings or clumps of the
Sea-90 that I get in there, I try to break it up. Think of what the microbes are going to love. They’re going to want you to give them that
love vitamin. The Vitamin L goes in there and produces a
better mix, but don’t get greedy, don’t try to obsesses and do too much of a good
thing. This is a very active recipe we’ve been
talking about here today in the world’s first ever open source compost tea recipe
episode, which I’m proud to do with you, but remember what I said, be careful what
you wish for. If you mix this recipe yourselves, do it respectfully
and in small quantities just like we do here at Boogie Brew. Too much of a good thing is not always a good
thing. JOHN: So Josh I see that you’ve got a mountain
of ingredients on a pallet and you’ve got some in these bins. How do you store all these ingredients and
will they ever expire? JOSH: That’s a good question. In bulk form. Most of the ingredients we purchase for Boogie
Brew’s usage are very stable, but when they get combined into our own bulk granola dried
recipe, guess what, those ingredients start to feed on each other and the microbial web
begins to reproduce itself and so storage becomes critical. So keep it below 80, 85 degrees, no more than
eight to ten pounds at a time of the dried ingredients and keep them low to the ground
in the summertime, maybe high up off the ground in the wintertime. Too much moisture, but in the summer, away
from too much heat. Heat is definitely a good rich tea recipe’s
enemy so you want to go for sensible, store it the way you would bulk apples or dried
fruits in your pantry or you basement. once you’ve created the minimal amount — I
would go for the minimal amount — the minimal quantity, because I don’t want you to ruin
a good thing and build a mountain of ingredients and do what we’ve done from research, which
is destroy a really awesome recipe. I would make a minimal quantities that are
needed, store those dried ingredients just like we do in a breathable packaging, not
in a plastic bin for God’s sakes, and remember, infuse it and use it before you lose it. All that good biology, put it to good use. Go and brew it. Brew baby brew. Get it into the soil, into the kingdom that
you’re building for those microbes so that they can then recolonize, repopulate themselves
and continue to feast on the food sources that you’ve given them in your own world-class
compost tea recipe. JOHN: Wow, Josh, you’re so passionate about
this compost tea stuff. How do you get so passionate and why did you
start making compost tea originally? JOSH: Well, I’ve told your viewers before,
I’m happy to talk about it again. I was a certified organic medical grower here
in northern California. I grew some of the finest what we called the
Calijuana republic tomatoes, and I discovered a better way to do it with compost teas in
rich soil without ever stepping foot into a “grow store” and buying a “miracle
product” or a liquid product in a plastic jar. There was hard times imposed on me economically,
which didn’t allow me, which didn’t afford me the luxury of buying some of these fancier
liquid extracts, both organic and unfortunately most of them are inorganic, and so I kept
tinkering with a good tea recipe, and I’m still tinkering with it. We keep improving Boogie Brew, making it richer,
making it better. So, in a couple more years, let’s do another
open source compost tea recipe. Let’s talk about even better ways to make
your plants dance. So why did I come up with this recipe? I came up with this because I was looking
for a better and cheaper way to reliably give my soil and plants the nutrition they needed
to thrive, to really make my plants dance. All at pennies for gallon, and that’s what
we’re talking about here. Making your own mix and doing it at pennies
per gallon and usage cost. JOHN: I definitely agree. I’ve used the Boogie Brew compost tea ever
since I met Josh. You can still see the video on that. I can put the link down below if you want
a good laugh. He’s at one of his one-stop shops. JOSH: I’ve said one-stop shops so many times. Forgive me. Way too much, but I never talk poop. This product rocks. It works so well it’s hard to believe. JOHN: If someone didn’t want to buy your
product and just wanted to buy bulk ingredients, how can they get those form you now? JOSH: Well that’s a good question and thanks
to you, I’m now going to finally launch what I’ve been talking about doing for almost
a year now, which is Boogie Bulk. So we have a special Boogie Bulk ingredients
web page, where you can go and order each of these individual ingredients in bulk quantities. So if you want one of these big boys that
really needs pallets of worm castings, pallets of the Boogie Humus, hundreds of pounds of
soybean meal, of kelp extract, etcetera, guess what? Boogie Brew is now going to make it available
to you all, yes indeed, on that one-stop shop Bulk Boogie page. JOHN: I need some of you guys out there are
just home growers and you don’t need to buy in bulk, so what we’re going to do next
I’m actually going to go back to Josh’s shop and share with you guys a kit I’ve
negotiated hard with Josh so that you don’t have to put all this stuff together, you don’t
have to think about it. You could just buy what simply works, like
I do. JOSH: And a one-stop shop bag. And yes indeed, he is the master negotiator. No one does it at a better value negotiated
than JK himself. JOHN: So what’d you guys think? Josh shared all his secrets with you and you
guys can now get the Boogie Bulk, the same ingredients he uses in his very tea directly
if you want to play and come up with your own tea recipes. That being said, I don’t got the time to
screw around and make my own tea to figure it out, because Josh has done all that for
me, so I simply use Josh’s stuff. The great thing today is that I’m here to
offer you guys a special deal I’ve negotiated hard with Josh. It’s a good deal for you guys to keep him
working, keep his guys working and more importantly, allow you to get some good organic nutrients
you can put in your garden and get great growing results. A lot of my viewers have already been on Boogie
Brew compost tea and a lot of the other products that Josh offers with great results, and I’m
sure you will, too. What Josh used to offer in the olden days
was a bucket with all the different things you need to brew the compost tea in the bucket. Unfortunately, it was very difficult to ship
the bucket, which added a lot of extra shipping expenses and a big hassle, so what he’s
doing is he’s doing a box kit without the bucket. So basically you’re going to go to Home
Depot or Lowe’s and buy a five-gallon bucket or better yet, go to a restaurant or a deli
or even a supermarket and go to the deli section and ask them for a pickle bucket or frosting
bucket, but make sure you clean it out real good because they smell kind of funky. You get your own free bucket and then you
have to get this kit that they’ll send to you. It’s basically a party meal flat rate box
and they’re shipping full of products here. What you’re going to get inside it is everything
you need to brew your compost tea. of course, the heart of any compost tea system is the
air pump. You need to get a nice, powerful air pump. I’ve gone to places and I see people use
an aquarium pump. That stuff just does not put out enough air. One place actually I saw them using an aquarium
air pump and an aquarium air stone. I was on my ass laughing. It was hilarious, like that ain’t gonna
do shit man! I’m sorry. That ain’t gonna do nothing man! This is like Aqua 20 watt 45 liter per minute
I believe, and this thing kicks ass. This is the one I use and not only can you
drive one bucket, you could actually drive two buckets with this. So you split off it and use two air stones
and buckets, you can actually brew ten buckets at a time is the max flow rate I would recommend
with this pump here. The next thing you’re going to get is an
air stone. This is none of those cheap small air stones. This is a serious air stone for brewing compost
tea, and if you want to get an extra air stone then you can get the ten-bucket setup like
I do. My goal is to one ten-bucket every week and
spray that on my garden and I’ll rotate different parts of my garden. So say this week I’ll hit these couple beds
and next week I’ll hit this other bed that I didn’t hit the other week, and I’ll
keep rotating every week. So I keep hitting new beds and they keep getting
influx of the compost tea which is nature’s fertilizer in my opinion. Besides that, the other part of the compost
tea system is the compost tea itself, so not only will you get one bag of two pounds of
compost tea, you’ll get actually two bags. Each one of these brew approximately 35 gallons
of tea, so this right here will brew 70 gallons of tea. That’s definitely a lot of tea, and the
tea does not have to be used straight. You can dilute it to get it to go further. In addition to the tea, they’re going to
give you some other things that are going add nutrition to your garden, the first of
which is the Sea-90. The Sea-90 is two pounds. It doesn’t look like a lot, but when you
dilute one gallon of water to literally a teaspoon of the Sea-90, this stuff goes a
long way, and then you’re going to water your plants to give your plants the trace
minerals, up to 90 different trace minerals in here. Standard agriculture and most fertilizers
in the store you’re buying do not have up to 90 minerals. They might have at most up to 16, if you’re
lucky. In addition you’re going to get one of my
favorite things, the worm castings, the high chitin worm castings, the Worm Gold Plus. I would personally add this in to his compost
teas to extend your compost tea, maybe put a couple tablespoons and you brew it for extra
added activity. In addition, Josh is going to give you the
Boogie Bricks, which helps to feed the microbes and then finally, the air tubing, the hose
you need to brew your compost tea, and then you’re going to get the burlap bags to brew
the compost tea in, and then you’re going to get the pure protein, which is a fish-based
aminos to add nutrition to your garden. I like to use the pure protein in emergency
situations, like when I transplant my peppers for example and they’re yellowing and they
need more nitrogen; that’s when I use pure protein. For people that don’t want to spray fish
stuff because it does smell a little bit, Josh has an alternate soy aminos available,
where you can eight ounces instead of the four ounces of pure protein. So this whole kit normally sells for $125
because your GYG, only for a limited time I got Josh to get the price down toe $99.99
delivered to you guys. So this is an amazing value, if you could
price the pump alone, some people may sell this for 50 bucks. Forty, fifty bucks. So you can get all this stuff, everything
you need to brew 70 plus gallons of compost tea so your plants can truly dance. And the bonus kit I recommend when you brew
your compost tea, they use a filter or use filtered water. Back in one of Josh’s very own Boogie Blue
water filters, which is the same filter I use in my garden to get the chlorine out,
because there’s no point in making the compost tea if you’re watering your plants with
the chlorinated water because that’s going to kill the microbiology, kill the activity
in there and we want that activity to flourish because that’s really the engine that drives
the nutrition cycle in the soil so that your plants can grow. So if you want to get the Boogie Blue filter,
this is the deluxe box kit, this is another $35, which is a savings from the regular price
to get the one with the filter, if you don’t already have a filter on it. Plus it’s jut good to water your garden
without the filter. I have seen result with just using a filter
than just using the regular hose water. That’s pretty much it for this episode. I shared with you guys how you can make your
own compost tea with Josh. I shared with you guys, for those of you guys
that don’t want to go through making your own compost tea, a really good deal so that
you guys can buy it. My hope in making this video is that basically
get the world to be more open source and share their ideas, share things with you guys and
create a dialogue and maybe you’ll even improve Josh’s formula and make your own
compost tea company and sell that. I think that’s great, too, because we need
to get more people growing in an organic and natural and biologic fashion that encourages
soil microbes and get people away from the chemicals. There’s just far too many chemicals being
sold as fertilizers in big box stores, and I’d love to see anybody’s compost tea
being sold at a big box store to get Americans growing organic. It’s super important, super critical to
me. Hope you guys enjoyed this episode. If you want to get the deal on the box, make
sure to click the link below at Boogie, good for limited time only. Once again my name is John Kohler with We’ll see you next time and remember, keep
on growing.


  1. I'm wondering how to find out exactly what your soil actually needs to grow. How do I know, if I buy this stuff, whether I need more of something, or have too much of something.

    I live in Southern Colorado, where the last decade or so has brought mostly drought conditions and sand. The only thing that grows on my land so far is a huge crop of weeds! I've been told to plow them under, uproot them and put them into a compost heap, and just get them thrown out…so I'm actually totally confused as to what I need to do to get my soil ready for any type of gardening.

    Does your compost tea work with any type of soil, or will I have to have it tested first? AND, if I order the kit this time, does it come with everything, or just basic survival stuff for the land?

  2. Awesome video! Wish I had the funds to make my own big batches, but I think for now, I'll have to start with the kit! I'm pumped that it's available in a premixed product! Thanks for the video!! I watched to the end!! fabulous!

  3. is the physical size of rock dust suitable for use as digestion grit for vermicast/ vermiculture?

  4. if all things were made open source the world would improve so much in such a short time but we have squashed and stagnated innovation and improvements by worrying so much about money, its sad that this world is so amazing and this is what we made of it

  5. Is this the guy who hates plastics containers and now he's using em to mix he's goodies inside them?really?

  6. why don't u just mix or top feed a mix of that stuff and then soak humus or earthworm castings in water since its already compost don't need watering/ bubbling but nice to strain in container gardening, should be plenty of oxygen in roots zone to oxygenate raw materials over time too..less work one time done or just continual top feeding and re-covering, perhaps with unstrained casting or humus or both, sea90 definitely seems best in a soil mix anyways…Minerals in the soil, nutrients on the top, humus in a tea/ humic in the water???

  7. you can go without the compost tea brewing! the free method is this: old stalking compost bucket water! stir every hour for 8 hours and water your plants

  8. In this life we have the usual heaters and since they can not do what John does they have to complain about anything. You do not like his videos? Hit the road and leave others to do what you can not do…simple as that!!

  9. I am REALLY looking forward to having my own garden once I move and my house is finished- Does boogie guy have his own youtub e channel?

  10. Is the proprietor of Boogie Brew from Aus or NZ originally? I detect a slight accent but it's virtually unnoticeable to most. I've just traveled a lot and can usually pick up on the changes in a persons tone and I keep catching pieces of an accent.

  11. Is foam an indicator of quality john. I've bougth the TLA book you guys recommended, and after making about 6 teas, i'm starting to wonder if i'm doing something wrong. I haven't seen any foam , and the little foam which did build up doesn't look anything around the net.

    Is there a difference in the tea making if there is plenty of Foam !

  12. Great information; however, the open source recipe is definitely for large scale farming and not a backyard DIYer. I am just going to get the kit. Thank You!

  13. Sea 90 may be the only salt that has the 90 minerals which I think is awesome. But if someone does not have access to sea 90 they could use Himalayan pink salt, it has 84 trace minerals.

  14. NoN GMO soybeans you say, Ha! They DO Not Exist anymore. Monsanto has released pollen worldwide and has contaminated all crops. All crops for which Monsanto competes have contaminated, thus creating hybrid GMO offspring. However, the good folks at the FDA, bought and paid for by Monsanto and Bayer lobbyist have made sure that if your crop is set up with the proper buffer zones and you have taken all their listed preventative measures when planting your so called Non GMO and Organic crops, that you can still be certified as organic. The reality is that you are certified as a LIE and so that Monsanto cant be sued for destroying 10,000 years of cultivated genetics that are in fact now GMO. This world is a sick fucking place. Money, control, and power are the factors that run all of our lives if we like it or not.

  15. Thanks for freely sharing all the quality info! I WAS going to make my own tea recipe, but now I'm thinking of just buying the Boogie Brew and making my life easier! Brew baby, brew!!

  16. I wanted to buy some Achocha seeds but they were  listed with your other seeds, let me know if you have any please

  17. man I'm dirt poor but all I want outa of life is the cheapest boogie brew kit there is. I would do anything if I could get a sample.. even enough to brew like a good 1 gallon batch of boogie brew. maybe someday when I have an extra 100$ I can get a boogie kit. Its too damn hard to save money though so I'll just dream. I have heard amazing things about this "boogie brew" and god would I love to try a batch.

  18. but, with a company that pays wages to employees (who have families) and overhead, heating, cooling, lights, wages, if companies gave everyone their trade or product secrets, they did the research but don't get their products sold because everyone makes their own? A brick & mortar business would go under if they never sold anything, gave away their great ideas for free, then they couldn't pay their bills and would close-up….thanks for the info, but really, John I don't think you are intouch with the idea of a business. Josh isn't a 'corporation', but a small business, asking him to give away his secrets is not cool

  19. Am I the only one who sees a contradiction between advocating organic gardening and bashing Big Agriculture while pushing products that require extensive mining, laboratory work and large manufacturing processes (Epsom salt, etc)? Is it supposed to be all this hard? Oh sure, worm casings give a boost but let's fact it – so would Miracle Gro.

    I don't understand why you go to the trouble of creating great soil only to turn around and start adding ingredients. I thought the whole purpose of composting was to get soil that did not require such help.

  20. boogie brew is working better than I expected, love that I was slapped in the face with a golden glove (y) approve it

  21. You can all tell Josh is passionate about his product. Very knowledgeable and down to earth guy no doubt. For these reasons, I'll give his brew a shot!!

  22. Salvador Madrid just lost a contest he was in. Him and his friends bet $1000 to see who could yield the most and best peppers. They weren't supposed to have outside help or they lose. Good job buddy for outing him. Lol jk

  23. Wow, Josh Cunnings, you need to make sure large-scale Farmers across America see this! Start emailing copies of this video to all the Extension Offices, to let them know you can now service large-scale Farms in bulk quantities! Good luck to you!

  24. Would it be possible for you to list some substitutes for brands you use in the videos? In AU, none of those brands are available or they're called something completely different.

  25. Great information. I am a bit overwhelmed with what I really need now. I live in Indianapolis, IN. Right now it's warm but soon it will be cold. I have 120 basil heirloom plants on an outside hydroponics system. I have a source of brown bat guano in ample supply. I haven't used it yet. Can I use it in a tea or do I have to get it to a drying bed first?

  26. After adding all thede ingredients. To make the tea. Will i have to add any minerals. Or anything else. To feed my plants or is this basicly the plants food when watering can you add mollasis

  27. Is this available in Australia? My other question is about Cordial silver. The calcium phosphate got me thinking about it

  28. John, If you don't yet know, Bragg's Liquid amino's and Nutritional yeast contain man made and NOT natural glutamate. Furthermore it is an excito-toxin. Glutamic acid or the "G" of MSG shows up in all commercial organic food and many other products. Common names are "natural flavors" "Yeast extract" "fortified" "enriched" "hydrolized" "citric acid" and many more! You might want to tell Josh to check into that.

  29. Thank You John. I want you 2 know that you played a big part in changing my life. You showed me I can grow something even in the city. I do hate living in this city because they control the people to much & they spray toxins on all of us under the name of mosquito problems. I think; it’s all a bunch of fat lies & those running out town have no clue what is or isn’t good for the people or the insects. That’s another story. Great job! I love your passion, you remind me of myself, talk a lot & care a lot about any & everything you do. God Bless you & everyone you love!

  30. HUUUUUGE respect to you two for posting this video for all the growers of the world to learn from . This is true wisdom, I love hearing Josh speak he has clear knowledge on organic horticulture. Amazing wisdom thanks for sharing

  31. John. Im a p and ss major. Thanks for inspiring me. I now have acquired 6 ibc totes. Party on! Come to Nashville. Ill show you around. You will love music coty

  32. Open is how it should be. I wish more people realized this. If you can't tell me what's in it or how you make it, that is shady, not interested.
    A product should sell itself, not with gimmicks/trade secrets. I plan on making my own brew, but I will order a bag from Josh/BoogieBrew as a thanks and support their contribution to society, and if I don't feel like making it or don't have time I would order from them.

  33. I would like to see a remake of this its ben a couple years. Great product by the way well worth the money.

  34. why does everybody use molasses? Did you read the ingredients that is also has SODIUM (salt) ???. Has anybody tried agave or Maple syrup? I saw that Maple syrup is pure, but expensive, but that is the purest natural liquid sugar I see in the store. I'd appreciate a dialogue and insight from anybody. I have not found any good conversations on this on line.

  35. You guys ROCK! I will be testing this out and look forward to sharing the results back. Thank you, we will all heal the world together.

  36. Theesee mother fuckers are fulll of shit!!!! Do not buy from theese maggots, bought a a bag that’s supposed to do 150 gallons only got 50 and the shit is not goood!!!! Used the tea on only one of my plants to see the difference,, and no difference at alllll!!!!!!!!!!!

  37. I am hoping to understand this better…
    33% Worm castings
    33% Humus/Compost
    20% Kelp & Kpotassium
    5% Aminos
    10% Yeast
    5% Soy Bean Meal
    5% Minerals
    5% Humic Acids
    5% Calcium Phosphate
    10% Cane Juice
    5% Langbenite % green sand
    136% (using the low end of the blended ingredients)]

    My question
    What are the percentages in the video since 100% is not the measure?
    Example breakdown of 4 cup mixture?
    Something to clarify the general direction…

  38. You guys are simply awesome! If everyone were to adopt your ideals, inspiring optimism and innovation, humanity might just make it into the next century. My daughter and her children thank you in advance! We do not own the world, we only borrow it from our children!

  39. Purchase some boogie brew online never got it was sent to the wrong address. Contacted Buddy brew after a few days they got back to me wanted me to check the post office which I did they don’t remember . Boogie Bruce said they would refund me if I re-ordered which I replied OK it’s been three days Bookaboo people never got back to me sent a second email waiting don’t buy from these people they should track all items

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