This won't be the same as compost tea at all. Most of the ingredients won't dissolve completely or leach much of the nutrients so the tea constituents will be unevenly dissolved and if you dump the solids afterward elsewhere, then the plants that got the liquid and the plants that got the solids will have received different nutrients.
Moreover, the point of compost in the tea form is that the living microbes in the compost are propagated and multiplied, especially if you aerate.
...OK I re-read your post -- you are saying you are going add this fertilizer in place of kelp meal as an addition to compost tea? I normally just add a Tbs of molasses in a 5 gal bucket so addition of all these nutrients will change the nature of the microbial bloom. I'm thinking more bacterial than fungal.
My understanding is to add extra nutes AFTER brewing -- at last minute just before using.
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