How To Brew Manure Tea

Farmers have known for centuries the benefits of using composted manures in their feilds. Manure supplies many essential nutrients and minerals that plants need for strong growth and abundant production.

Many home gardeners have turned the other cheek when it comes to using manures in the garden. This is mostly because the idea of storing and handling manures brings about unpleasant thoughts.

But what if you could have the power of manures in your vegetable and flower gardens without needing to store or even handle  the manure?

Now you can with Authentic Haven Brand’s full line of premium soil conditioner teas. Authenic Haven Brand Premium Soil Conditioners offer gardeners a green-minded solution to using manures in the garden. The composted manure is packaged in an easy-to-use tea bag that allows the user to simply brew the manure tea with no fuss, no mess and no overpowering smell.

How To Easily Brew Your Own Manure Tea

Brewing manure tea using Authentic Haven Brand is the simplest process you will ever do in the garden. Let’s brew some of that golden brown tea your plants will love!

Grab A Container and Fill It With Water

The first thing you will need in order to brew Authentic Haven Brand “Moo Poo Tea” is a container filled with water. You can use whatever container you prefer that holds one to five gallons. A five-gallon bucket works perfect.

Make sure the container is cleaned and free of any contaminants. You can use a solution of one part water to one part vinegar to wash the container out. Make sure to rinse the container out thoroughly before brewing the tea.
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Place An Authentic Haven Brand Tea Bag In The Water

Once you have the container filled with fresh, clean water, simply place an Authentic Haven Brand tea bag in the water. You can place the container where ever it is most convenient for you, but the tea will brew best if in the sun. Just a few minutes after placing the tea bag in the water you will begin to see the water start to change colors.

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Let the tea bag steep, or soak, in the water for one to three days.

Note: If using a bucket like the one used in this demonstration cover it while brewing the tea to avoid mosquitoes from using the water as a breeding ground.

That’s It!

After allowing the tea bag to soak in the water for at least a day, you will have a golden brown manure tea that is ready for use!

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You can now pour the manure tea in your favorite watering can and give your thirsty plants a cool drink that is packed with essential nutrients and minerals.

To learn more about Authentic Haven Brand’s full line of all-natural, premium soil conditioner teas, please visit our website – Authentic Haven Brand.

Comments

  1. Deanna says:

    Thanks for this tutorial, Ive been taking it out of the bag. LOL

  2. AnnieHaven says:

    Hello Deanna, I’m pleased that http://www.manuretea.com had the information you were looking for. My goal through my site is to provide as much information about the benifits of feeding manure tea (natutral nutrients) to build strong root base systems on all your indoor and outdoor garden plants. Thank you for you for taking the time to post a comment. Annie

  3. AnnieHaven says:

    Hello Frank:

    I am always happy to provide testing to those that request it. Since 1924 Authentic Haven Brand Natural Brew has been and still is harvested by hand, processed by hand and Eco hand packaged with no illness or death from e. coli I can personally assure it’s as safe of a manure is there is and as for the # of fungi, protozoa, nematodes, bacteria, etc please visit my Gardeners Showcase page or Authentic Haven Brand Natural Brew #Pinterest page http://pinterest.com/greensoiltea/authentic-haven-brand-soil-nutrients/ to view more testimony from seasoned gardeners across the country and Canada. Thank you, Annie Haven

  4. annette south says:

    Enjoyed your presentation at the OC Rose Society last Thursday. Cannot wait to use the “Tea” on my roses and plumerias as well as geraniums. They will be so happy.

  5. AnnieHaven says:

    Thank you Annette,

    It was my pleasure to present Authentic Haven Brand Natural Brew to you and the members of the Orange County Chapter of the American Rose Society. I look forward to keeping in contact and would love to see some before and after pictures of your gardens. Thank you again, Annie

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