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Can bone meal tea be prepared by maybe mixing some one meal in hot water and letting it sit for an hour or so then using it to water plants? Or is there a betterr method to use it like this? Its for my plants in like week 3 flowering.How much should I use, or is there no 'dosage advice' here either lol, jk.. I lost my molasses so its all I have for now, and id like to 'unlock' the nutes a little quicker than by just mixing it in the top layer.. Which just attracts my dog
I really like fish bone meal. I use it as a tea. It needs to be fermented rather than steeped though. If you were going to go that route, some phosphoric acid or something like that would probably help it break down faster. It needs a longer period than regular teas to finish. Once fermentation slows I like to add a hand full of old cooked rice to it to give the microbes more food.