ChickenFuel is specifically composted for brewing compost tea. Our 3 pound bag of ChickenFuel is best for bulk batches of compost tea. You can also use the compost to mix into your soil or as a topsoil.
ChickenFuel is beneficial for residential and urban gardeners. Add it to traditional gardens, raised beds, container gardens and potted plants, indoor and outdoor. With the NPK of 2-2-2, you can use ChickenFuel without worry of adding too much to your plants, while boosting the soil's nutrients feeding your plant health. After initial planting, we recommend to water your plants using ChickenFuel Tea each time. Your vegetables, fruits and flowers will grow healthier and larger.
Below are recommended uses of ChickenFuel.
Use 1 part ChickenFuel to 10 parts water with your preferred brewing method.
For more information, download this ChickenFuel Compost Tea Recipe.
Outdoor gardens can include a variety of garden types. Raised gardens are increasing in popularity as well as container gardens and potted plants.
Use 1 bag of ChickenFuel per 24 square feet and work in. After the seeds are planted, apply a top dressing. Alternativley, use ChickenFuel to make 5 gallons of tea that can be applied once seeds are planted.
You can grow many plants indoors; Potted plants make indoor gardening possible so you can grow vegetables and herbs year round, regardless of the weather.
Planting seeds: Mix 1 part ChickenFuel to 3 parts soil and put the mixture in your pots, about 1 inch short of the brim. Plant your seeds in the pots just as you would using any soil. In addition, use one 6 ounce bag of ChickenFuel to make 5 gallons of tea that can be applied weekly to your potted plants.
Planting seedlings with roots: Plants that already have roots can handle more compost, so your potting mixture can be 1 part ChickenFuel to 2 parts soil. Use one 6 ounce bag of ChickenFuel to make 5 gallons of tea that can be applied twice a week to your potted plants.
Sprinkle ChickenFuel in a layer on top of your soil to nourish plants. For potted plants, you may have to remove a little soil to make room. Water will carry nutrients down into the soil.
Need ideas on what to grow? Here is a list of great vegetables, fruit and herbs that you can grow in your garden