Seed Sprout Tee

Cob_nUt

"Justa Ganja Lover"
soak seeds in water overnight, rinse then put in moist paper towels. should have 1/2 - 1" tap roots within 24hours. take these tap roots and blend in blender. strain and brew this mixture for no more than 20 min. then apply to rootzone. @Cob_nUt maybe you can chime in. im not sure if it can be used as a foliar
You got it please.I dont use it as a foliar.I'm after the enzymes and such for my roots.
I sprout mine in the jar Insoak them in after rinsing.Any seed will do.Alfalfa,barley or malted barley,corn,hemp,etc.Some have more enzymes "jiuce" to offer.
 

pleasecheese

Master Grower
I dont usually get excited about stuff unless it works. This actually worked well. ladies perked up immediately with a nice color, not that they were in bad shape but you guys know what i mean. I'm excited to see the what happens over the next few days. plants were young so it will be interesting to see results
 

Erick31876

Solo cup champion 2019
I dont usually get excited about stuff unless it works. This actually worked well. ladies perked up immediately with a nice color, not that they were in bad shape but you guys know what i mean. I'm excited to see the what happens over the next few days. plants were young so it will be interesting to see results
How small can the plants be when you first start using it. I have a couple seedlings that broke out of the soil and grew uip a couple inches and basically stopped growing. I would like to give this a try to get them going again but am worried about it burning them
 

pleasecheese

Master Grower
i used it on seedlings all the way up to mother plant. the seedlings i fed from the bottom and let them slurp it up that way = ) Forgot to ad in the how to post that you need to add 1 part sugar to 3 parts seed sprouts. you can add it to the water before you brew or when you blend the seed sprouts. it doesnt matter.
 

SSGrower

Average Grower
Pollen Chucker
I use it as a soil drench, caveat being instead of your standard grain, I use cannabis seeds (side benefit to picking up chucking as a hobby). I collect about a tbs of seeds, drop them in a glass of water 48 - 72 hrs later blend in a ninja and mix in feed water.

I used it on my grape vine that had no foliage on it (indoor), now it looks better than it ever has (granted its been a rough life).
 

pleasecheese

Master Grower
i used alfalfa seeds because i was after the triacontanol which is a growth stimulator. I used about 1/4 cup and put double the amount of water. make sure you rinse after the first 12 hours. the first water coats the seeds in a film which inhibits growth. also be sure NOT to brew longer than 20-30 mins
 

Cob_nUt

"Justa Ganja Lover"
How much seeds dp you need to how much water
58 grams.
Here's the link for the recipe I used. I used corn from my local grocer.
 

Texagonian

Outlaw
When “brewing” is the sprouted then ground up slurry being heated? Just trying to fully understand. Sounds like a cheap yet effective way to boost enzymes in the soil and I must add that I love science experiments!
 

SCJedi

Synergist
Pollen Chucker
When “brewing” is the sprouted then ground up slurry being heated? Just trying to fully understand. Sounds like a cheap yet effective way to boost enzymes in the soil and I must add that I love science experiments!
No heating. That denatures the enzymes. Just ground up and strained sprouts
 
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