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Comfrey Tea Viability

Posted by aquariuzen none (My Page) on
Tue, May 13, 14 at 8:51

I made a comfrey tea solution at the end of last years garden season. I let it brew for probably a little too long, maybe 8 weeks. I strained it and kept it on the porch through winter. And now that its garden season, I'm ready to use it......but should I? I know a lot of sites say that if the tea is foul smelling then don't use it because it could have anaerobic conditions that could kill your plants, BUT comfrey tea always smells foul, right?? Does comfrey tea go bad? Or is the smelly batch I have able to be used? Thanks so much for your input.

This is my first post, but I've been following all you genius gardeners for awhile. Thanks for all you do!


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RE: Comfrey Tea Viability

It sounds like all the microbial life has died, but you can still use it as a soil amendment or add it to the compost pile.

For this season I think I'd start a new batch.


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