Natures Own Growing System Tea is what processes the minerals and organic material in the soil into food for your plants. Natures Own Growing System Tea works best when used with plants treated with BioVam, and soils amended with BioMinerals Fertilizer (Biosol Organic Fertilizer, Planters II trace mineral fertilizer, Lime, Soft Rock Phosphate, Gypsum) and Yucca Extract. Natures Own Growing System tea brewers, along with our other products, are everything you need to grow natural organic nutritious plants. All of these products can be purchased together in our "Organic Garden Kit".
Warranty: Because the manufacturer has no control over the dispensing or the use of this product, no warranty is expressed or implied. In no case will manufacturer be held responsible for damages resulting from failure to use according to specified directions. The buyer will assume all risks and liabilities resulting from the improper handling of this product.
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NATURES OWN GROWING SYSTEM
1 GALLON TEA BREWER KIT
Assembly & Brewing Instructions
T&J Enterprises' has brought together an easy-to-use Natural Organic Total Growing Program, allowing urban gardeners and growers of all kinds to easily and quickly achieve and surpass their growing goals and needs. It's the way nature grows, only better! Natures Own Growing System is part of what makes "Mother Natures System Work".
Our Natures Own Total Growing System is about growing the best by exceeding your gardening expectations!
Contents of Natures Own Growing System 1 Gallon Brewer: air pump, aeration assembly, plastic air hose, 4-cups Soil Life & Activator' (use in brewer), nylon mesh filter bag, and application and brewing instructions.
To make 1/2 gallon of tea put 1/2 gallon water in the brewer; add two tablespoons of 'Soil Life & Activator' to the water; and then brew the tea for 24 hours at 75 F. We recommend brewing 1/2 gallon per brewing session in this brewer, but it has the capacity to brew 1 gallon of tea per brewing session.
Natures Own Growing System Tea is a Live Product and works best when applied within 1 hour after the tea is brewed to gake full advantage of the active aerobic bacteria. You can store the brewed tea several weeks in a closed container. Let the tea sit for an hour or more after brewing before storing in a closed container. Several week storage is okay with our tea because our beneficial bacteria can be aerobic or anaerobic and will not harm your soils or plants, but the aerobic bacteria works best, so be prompt in applying the tea after brewing.
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Natures Own Growing Systems' Natural Organic Total Growing Program!
1. BioMinerals fertilizer (2 cups / gal of filtered tea) supply natural organics and minerals for the plants, which
2. Natures Own Growing System Tea converts into food for the plants, which
3. BioVam Mycorrhiza then gathers and transports the food into the roots of the plants.
4. Yucca Extract added to tea will make plant cells more permeable to water and nutrient uptake.
Read Natures Own Growing System Total Growing Program brochure for details.
Cleaning your brewer: Scrub air assembly and plastic air hose under hot water with bristle brush. Clean bucket with hot water & mild non-antibacterial non-degreaser soap. Rinse thoroughly. Empty brewer and dry off parts. Replacement air hoses and aeration assembly are available from T&J Enterprises.
Natures Own Growing System brewing, application and coverage instructions are below!
Natures Own Growing System Tea Kits contain natural organic and probiotic soil life in the "Soil Life & Activator". The soil life benefits all plants and works to convert minerals and organic material into plant ready food for plant growth and vitality. Natures Own Growing System Microbe Tea helps plants increase their own natural resistance to diseases, destructive insects and frost.
|Assembly, Brewing and Tea Preparation Instructions:|
|Our 1-gallon brewer treats all lawn, garden & planted landscape areas up to 1,200 sq ft. per gallon of tea concentrate (600 sq. ft. per quart of tea concentrate.|
|Brew sessions: Brews thirty-two 1/2 gallon or sixteen 1 gallon sessions.|
|Contents: Air pump, aeration assembly, plastic air hose, 4 - cups Soil Life & Activator (use in brewer), 5 gallon filter bag, and application and use instructions.|
|Assembly: Attach plastic air hose from pump to aeration assembly. Press aeration assembly around edges of bucket bottom until seated tightly.|
|Brewing instructions for regular bacterial tea: Fill brewer with1/2-gallon or 1 gallon of water. Plug in air pump. Stir in 2 TBS., 'Soil-Life & Activator' for 1/2 gallon of water or 1/4 cup of 'Soil-Life & Activator' for 1 gallon of water. Brew 24 hours at approximately 75 F degrees out of direct sun. Occasionally while brewing gently stir bucket bottom to lessen settling.|
|Filter liquid through fine mesh or paint strainer into a clean container. Discard leftover solids into trash or compost pile. Use tea up within 1 hour of end of brewing session.|
|Adding Fertilizer to finished Tea: Natures Own Growing System Tea is not a fertilizer, but provides living soil life to process the minerals and organic material in the soil to release them as needed by the plants. Add 2 cups BioMinerals fertilizer per gallon of tea.|
|Storage and precautions: Store ingredients in a cool dry place out of sunlight. When brewing keep children and pets away from brewer. In case of eye contact, flush with water. If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Call your physician.|
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|Dilution, Application and Coverage instructions.|
|Dilute: Mix 2-quarts of filtered concentrated tea with 18 quarts (4.5 gal) or water. Add 1/8 cup of Yucca Extract to the diluted tea. This makes 5 gallons (20 quarts) of diluted tea. Caution: Add Yucca Extract only after the tea has been brewed. Add 1 cup of BioMinerals per 1/2 gallon of filtered tea or per 5 gallons of diluted tea.|
|1 Gallon Brewer kit brews thirty two - 1/2 gallon or sixteen - 1 - gallon sessions of tea from 4 cups of soil life and activator ingredients.||Makes 5 or 10
|Coverage for diluted tea: One diluted gallon will cover 240 sq ft. of planted area, or one 1'x240' long low row crop, or 40 feet of 5 ft tall upright plants both sides. 10-dilluted gallons will cover up to 1,200 sq ft. Mix 1/8 cup of Yucca Extract into each 5 gallons of diluted tea.|
|Apply filtered diluted tea with: watering can or pump sprayer.|
|Apply filtered concentrated tea with modified hose end sprayer. One quart covers up to 600 sq. ft. of turf grass and planted landscape. Set dial to maximum rate when applying and spray everything. Mix 1 tbs of Yucca Extract into each quart of concentrated tea.|
How to apply: Apply to whole plant. Wetting stem and all leaves from top to bottom of plant or tree. Soak soils around each plant or tree, etc. Cannot be over applied. Natures Own Growing System Tea quickly builds and sustains beneficial soil life.
|How often to apply: Apply every 3 days to one week.|
|When to apply: any time of day, morning or evenings are best when temperatures are lower.|
What to apply tea to: houseplants, all vegetable and flower garden plants, lawns and general landscapes, all fruit and ornamental trees, all shrubs, all bulbs; for seed germination; when transplanting plants; all new and established plants; - basically, everything that grows!
|Replenishment kits: Refills are available directly from T&J Enterprises where kit was purchased.|
How to Use Natures Own Growing System Total Growing Program: Mix 1/8 cup Yucca Extract into 2 quarts of filtered tea concentrate or 5 gallons of diluted tea to help the plants take up water and nutrients. Add 1 cup BioMinerals per 1/2 gallon of filtered tea. Apply BioVam Mycorrhize directly to plant roots.
Warranty: Because the manufacturer has no control over the dispensing or the use of this product, no warranty is expressed or implied. In no case will manufacturer be held responsible for damages resulting from the failure to use according to specified directions. The buyer will assume all risks and liabilities resulting from the improper handling of this product.
1 Gallon Brewer Checklist
|1.||Assemble Brewer per instruction sheet.|
Add clean water: 1/2 gallon or 1 gallon into brewer depending on how much you want brew. We recommend using distilled water, does away with any concerns about step 3. Skip if using distilled water.
Plug in air pump and aerate for 2 hours to remove chlorine from water. (optional step)
|4.||If you are brewing 1/2 gallon of tea, add 2 tablespoons of Soil Life and Activator Ingredients to the water in the brewer. If you are brewing 1 gallon of tea, add 1/4 cup of Soil Life and Activator Ingredients to the water in the brewer. Thoroughly stir the ingredients into the water in the brewer bucket.|
The ideal tea brewing temperature is at 75 F, either water and or room temperature. Many ways to achieve this. 75 degrees is an ideal, but not absolutely required temperature for highest performance using our brewing system.
Plug in the air pump and aerate the tea in the brewer for 24 hours.
At the end of the brewing session, filter the tea through our nylon strainer into a clean bucket to filter out larger particles that might clog your sprayer.
If you have brewed 1/2 gallon of tea add 1/8 cup of Yucca Extract without preservatives to the tea concentrate.
If you have brewed 1 gallon of tea add 1/4 cup of Yucca extract without preservatives to the tea concentrate.
|10.||If you brewed 1/2 gallon tea, stir in well 1 cup BioMinerals. If you brewed 1 gallon tea, stir in well 2 cups BioMinerals to filtered tea.|
If you want to use a pump sprayer, dilute the 1/2 gallon of tea concentrate into enough water to make 5 gallons of diluted tea. Dilute 1 gallon of tea concentrate into enough water to make ten gallons of diluted tea.
Using a pump sprayer, apply the diluted tea to plants and soils.
If you want to use a hose end sprayer to apply the tea, put the concentrated tea (after adding the Yucca Extract) into the hose end sprayer container and spray the tea on 300 square feet of soil and plants.
Clean the brewer and the spray equipment. Use a brush and clean water to clean the brewer aeration hoses and bucket. Most of the time, simply rinsing the spray equipment with clean water will suffice.