What is your thoughts on the benefits of Compost Tea?
I noticed Greenlife Garden Supply has a brewer set up in their store and sell it by the gallon.
If you stopped just advertising on the board and read the posts on this board you would realize that the board members make their own. We have also had multiple board real member generate their threads on this topic already. I checked your Yelp reviews and they aren't exactly glowing.
Some people sure are either really, really dumb or hard headed.
By advertising on these boards all you are doing is making folks mad...they won't buy anything from some place that does that!
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I reported this post also. You know these jerks that post links to their websites are also doing so to create quality backlinks that will raise their web page ranking when someone performs a search. The idea is to increase their SEO aka Search Engine Optimization. They need websites such as HGTV because it is a quality website. The number of backlinks is an indication of popularity or importance of a website. As a result, some search engines, such as Google will consider the website more relevant than others and the search results you see after you enter a search query will reflect this. More simply put it is a way to bump their website to top of a search query result. Anyone wonder why they get peculiar results after they do a search? Well this is why. The other thing they will do is use words in their post that are related to their website content because that also helps.This message has been edited. Last edited by: still tryin,
If you have a soil seriously depleted of organic matter and you add adequate amounts of organic matter to that soil then compost tea may help get the Soil Food Web up and working quicker. However spraying compost tea around without adding adequate amounts of organic matter will do little since the microbes you would be introducing in that compost tea to your soil would have nothing to live on and they would then either die or go dormant.
The sign of a good gardener is not a green thumb, it is brown knees.
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