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Bathing with compost tea

 
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That probably got your attention.

Geoff Lawton answering the question(I am summarizing): Won't  compost or compost tea make you sick? It's pathogens! I don't want it near my vegetable garden much less touching my skin.

Somewhere in the video he talks theoretically about what the tea would do if you bathed in it.



Watch "Is Using Compost and Compost Tea Really Safe?" on YouTube
 
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Clever title, made me look. Good high level video to help someone evolve mindset.
 
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