Bought a tea system

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Guy Smiley
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well,sure,but they're gonna be different since the tea bubbler or maker is a lower agitation and smaller bubble producre from the looks of it. but soluble kelp,a good WP like recharge and GW or [HASHTAG]#1[/HASHTAG] inoculate. EWC,cow and or mushroom comost or all three. I prefer EWC and cow with Mushie compost. but for that thing I guessing EWC only woith a small bit of Cow compost. big bloom if your so inclined for transition and flower additions after brewing.ike the soluble kelp. fishballs from tealabs or 5-1-1 fish or 0-10-10 fish. mole of asses as you know. bokashi is always a good one.

so all in all I would think something like.

EWC

Bokashi with a small bit of mushie compost.

soluble kelp and big bloom. and then the fish for bloom and then veg. the alaskan 5-1-1 or alaskan 0-10-10. have used tghem both with solid results. I like the dried fisdhballs though. they're a 12-1-1 or something like that. fully meltable with the cellulose packaging too.
 

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so hows that Tea system working out for you dude?!
Have not played with it yet as I am not growing anything until September... I will start playing with it when I finish rebuilding my light
 
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I've had one of those for a few years now. They work fine but I just bought a bubble snake and moved up to a larger bucket. My only complaints for the flo n brew would be that I would like more air than the air pump provides and the filter for the water pump gets nasty after awhile. I've looked for replacement filters but can't find them anywhere. I guess my recommendations would be to go light on nutrients till you get used to it and realize how significant ambient temperatures are in making your tea.