1 gram of Soil Balance makes 10 gallons of microbial tea
1 gram
creates
10 gallons of
microbial tea

Directions

1 gram = ¼ teaspoon

Quick start

Begin by bringing in some positive intentions and love for our soils and the plants you are about to nourish. Add 1 gram into a 5 gallon bucket of water or ½ gram into your watering container if smaller than 5 gallons. Stir into a vortex for several minutes with your intentions. Pour mixture at the base of the stem until you feel the roots have been soaked. Afterwards, fully saturate the entire soil with regular water. Keep the soil moist for 5 days.

Propagation / Seedling / Clone (baby plants and starts)

Mix well. 0.1 - 0.2 grams per gallon of water (1 to 2 grams in 10 gallons of water) Dip or drench weekly in early growth. Make sure water pH is not above 8.5 or below 5.5.

Potted plants / Raised beds / Hydro

Mix well. 1 to a maximum of 4 grams per 10 gallons of water. Apply as a stem drench every 14 to 30 days.

Open field / Drip / Pivot / Flood

3 applications of 100 grams each, per acre is recommended for best results. Do not use less than 80 grams per acre. First 100 gram application should be performed post emergence or at time of transplant. Second should be timed 3 to 4 weeks after first application. Third 3 to 4 weeks after second application or timed half way between second application and projected harvest. Additional applications may be implemented.