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Q: I used to have a Mushroom tea recipe for flowers but have lost it and wondering if you have a recipe that uses mushroom compost, fish fertilizer and 20-20-20 or something similar.
Compost teas are very good all around in the garden. Many moons ago I made a mushroom manure tea, all I did was place a bag of mushroom manure into some burlap sac and then let it “steep” into a garbage can of water for a few days. Then I regularly used it to water my garden. It is very low NPK so there is a smaller chance of burning any plants, used every few days it can be quite nutritious and full of beneficial bacteria and similar. You could consider adding some kelp to the sack, it is also very beneficial!