A collaboration with Weed Should Taste Good.

Fermented with lactic acid bacteria (LAB) and molasses to break down the plant fibers making the nutrients and beneficial properties they contain more accessible for your garden plants.

Application Rate: Use 1 oz – 4 oz of ferment per gallon of water. It can be used as a drench or foliar application.

Ingredients: Water, Organic Molasses, Organic Alfalfa, Organic Comfrey, Lactic Acid Bacteria

Store in a cool & dark place at room temperature, 68ºF to 86ºF (20ºC-30ºC) and out of direct sunlight. Keep out of reach of children • Avoid contact with eyes or open wounds • Not for human consumption

Learn how to make your own fermented plant extract here.

Additional information

Size

1/2 Gallon, Gallon

1 review for Alfalfa + Comfrey Fermented Plant Extract

  1. Brandon (verified owner)

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    You can smell the love that was put into it!

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FAQs

How do I apply?

Ferments should be applied as a soil drench or a foliar spray. 2-6oz per gallon as a drench and 1-4oz per gallon if being used as a foliar.

What is the shelf life?

The ferment should be used within 6 months of being made. We do believe the product will function well after that time but it may not be as active.

Can I add this to compost tea?

Yes, you can add this to a compost tea or other nutrient-based tea but should be added during the last few hours of the brew.

What’s in this product?

Our insect frass fermentation only contains organic insect frass, organic molasses, water, and lactic acid bacteria.

How often should I use this?

Our ferments can be used as often as you see fit. Typically, we try to apply at least once per week.

When should I use this?

You can use both ferments from start to finish. The alfalfa doesn’t need to be restricted to being used only during veg, as we see a lot of benefit from feeding it in flower as well. Some data suggests fermentations can lead to greater terpene expression so we highly advise using these throughout the flowering cycle.

Should I foliar spray with this product?

You can absolutely that ferments don’t always smell the best. Keep this in mind as to not upset your partner. ;)