Convenient way to make your own manure tea, your plants will love it.
Baa Baa Brew comes straight from our farm to you. My husband and I run a property in the Central West of NSW where we produce wool, so we have an abundant supply of sheep manure. When the sheep come in to be shorn, the manure they leave behind falls through the flooring and sits under the shearing shed, protected from the weather. After being aged for a number of years we then bag it up so that you can take it home and make your own manure tea. More reading Grow Your Own Vegetable Garden
Containing the natural root stimulant Triacontanol
The lucerne we use in Alfalfa brew is grown on a property in the Central West of NSW. When ready the lucerne is cut, dried by the sun, made into bales of hay and then chaffed (cut into small pieces) ready to be packed into our bags. Lucerne contain nitrogen but unlike chemical nitrogen fertilizers, your plants will also receives enzymes, trace elements and the natural growth stimulant Triacontanol. Triacontanol is a root stimulant which can increase the yield in your vege plots & when applied to roses in spring they produce more basal breaks which equates to an increase in blooms. You may like to read this link The Dirt Doctor.
Nitrogen rich natural fertilizer.
We source aged chicken manure for a local free range egg production farm also in Central West NSW. The chickens roam the paddocks during the day and are locked in sheds at night, to keep them safe from foxes. The manure they produce is cleaned out and the left to age before we use it to fill our bags. Chicken manure is high in nitrogen, which is a great choice for heavy feeders and young plants. As the manure is aged then you take it home to make into a tea for your plant, it want burn them. For additional information click Healthy-Vegetable-Garden