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Comfrey Compost Tea
Ripley Farms Russian Comfrey Compost Tea
We love the Bocking 14 Comfrey especially as a super garden fertilizer when fermented into a liquid concentrate. It’s really easy to make: stuff a five-gallon bucket full of comfrey leaves that have been cut and slightly wilted in the sun for an hour or two. Fill the bucket to the top with water, loosely cover with a lid and let it steep for a couple weeks, stirring it every couple days. Then strain out the remaining solids, dilute 10:1 with water and spray on your garden as a great nutrient-rich growth booster.
–Gene & Mary Margaret Ripley, Dover-Foxcroft, ME