was thinking maybe, a reference link library may help with new members who have yet to read threw the thread? maybe post links on info discussed already so members can maybe get to speed?
ther is much info on the web on ACT or AACT and well here's a start..
[url=https://www.finegardening.com/how-to/articles/brewing-compost-tea.aspx]brewing compost tea article[/url]
simple 5 gal brewer
[url=https://www.dep.state.pa.us/dep/deputate/airwaste/wm/recycle/Tea/tea1.htm]compost tea as easy as 1,2,3[/url]
another simple brewer
tad hussey tea articles from [url=https://www.gardeningwithmicrobes.com/index.shtml]gardening with microbes[/url]
types of tea's, benefits of ACT, key points to make proper quality ACT
great pointers on making own brewer, how much oxygen, best tea bag micron size, brewing temps, recipes, cleaning and biofilm build up
[url=https://www.soilfoodweb.com/sfi_approach1.html]soil food web approach[/url]
great 3 part detailed info on understanding soil food web, compost biology and compost tea
[url=https://soils.usda.gov/sqi/concepts/soil_biology/soil_food_web.html]soil biology primer[/url]
The Primer includes units describing the soil food web and its relationship to soil health, and units about bacteria, fungi, protozoa, nematodes, arthropods, and earthworms
[url=https://www.soilsecrets.com/Soil%20Ecology%20and%20the%20Soil%20Food%20Web.pdf]soil ecology and the soil food web pdf[/url]
importance of the soil food web
a wonderful site with articles on compost tea,growing from a microbial perspective, images and videos on microbe identification, detailed info on building compost tea brewers of many sizes and microscopes
i may just edit one of my first post and post the links ther..
any links,info, qoutes that some one thinks maybe of help can just post them and if its cool i or a mob will throw them near the beginning of the thread..also sorry in advance if this isnt a good idea (linking to other sites and what not)
any who heres some pics of brews, im hoping i havent post these yet
the 5 galer and the
good old milk jug, this works great for small gardeners or those who wish to brew a small batch to foliar spraying..just [url=https://i887.photobucket.com/albums/ac78/top_dollar_bread/user118129_pic328578_1268973436.jpg]screen[/url] so you don't clog your sprayer. i also don't use air stones no more, the tube works fine and if you read the tad hussey article, cheap airstones are hard to clean the biofilm off and cleanness is important