We make fresh batches of Aerated Compost Tea (ACT+) on demand for various customers. Our mix contains an enormous amount of biological activity, and up to 90 different minerals and trace elements. This is accomplished with a proprietary blend of natural, organic products, some of which we produce in our facility.
HOW MUCH COMPOST TEA CAN WE MAKE?
For agricultural/residential purposes, we can make up to nearly 500 gallons, which will cover 25 acres. For gardeners and non-commercial customers, we sell undiluted tea in 1 gal. and 2,5 gal. jugs. We are located in the DFW Metroplex, and bulk deliveries can be arranged.
We call our blend ACT+, because we add several other ingredients to the brew post-brewing, including Azomite, liquid humate, fish hydrolysate/fish protein powder (as an additional nitrogen source), and mycorrhizal fungi.
ACT+ provides an efficient way for plants to take in nutrients, and helps enable beneficial soil microbes to create symbiotic relationships between soil elements and the plant.
As a foliar feed, the stickiness of some of the contents of ACT + allows the microbes to be absorbed quickly into the plant leaves. As a soil drench, ACT+ inundates the root zone (the rhizosphere) with all these various nutrients, where all the good stuff happens, for proper plant uptake of nutrients. It also greatly improves soil structure, which allows for better plant nutritional uptake.
NOTES ABOUT USE:
ACT+ needs to be applied fresh, within 48 hours after brewing. Microbes will die out as they run out of food in that time, creating a potential smelly mess. If this occurs, you can put it on compost piles. ACT+ can be diluted up to about 10 times, but should be done so with non-chlorinated water. You can de-chlorinate your tap water by simply filling up a 5 gal. bucket with water and let sit in the sunlight for 4 or 5 hours.
By building up your pastures with ACT+, you will realize better:
Please contact me for a free on-site visit/inspection/quotation, and for further information concerning the above points.
My service areas include these counties in North Central Texas:
Wise, Montague, western Denton and Cook Counties, and eastern Clay County
If you have poor, rank, or over-grazed pastures, Big Little Farm can help restore and rejuvenate those tired fields with our proven system of properly timed sprayings. More often than not, the soil in these pastures are played out, depleted of organic matter, humus, and minerals needed for healthy soil. We help to restore soil biology, carbon and minerals lost over years of poor pasture management.
PLEASE NOTE: Because our goal is to establish healthy soil biology in tired fields, just one application will not suffice for adequate results. Your fields did not become bad in one season. You can expect some significant changes within three to four applications, but should be sustained for at least 18 - 24 months. Then you can fire me.