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    Banana Tea

    This has probably been discussed here several thousand times (maybe even by me...who knows lol) What exactly IS the recipe for banana Tea? Is it simply "X" amount of blackened banana peels placed in "Y" amount of water for "Z" amount of time? After that how much of "XY" should be added to one gallon of water?
    Someone else told me they make their Banana Tea by combining the peels, liquid kelp and molasses.

    Duane
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    #2
    Where did ya git the Charlotte Web?

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      #3
      Thank you for reading the "fine print" lol I purchased from Pacific Seed Bank. I also got a strain called "Fucking Incredible" right now though the Charlottes Web has priority

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      • SoOrbudgal
        SoOrbudgal commented
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        Nice LOL all these wonderful new names LOL. The tea i've never made of that sort. I've hung rotten banana from a fence for the butterflies

      #4
      I make banana tea a lot during flower. I dice the entire banana (not just peel) and half an avocado and put in a gallon of water. Let it sit over night at room temp. !/2 cup to 3/4 cup per gallon of feed water. What you don't use can be kept in the fridge for a number of days. Sometimes I will add a tablespoon of blackstrap to the feed gallon.

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      • crucialbunny
        crucialbunny commented
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        Personally I'm not fond of bananas. My daughter eats them a lot so I will sometimes hijack one of hers. Living in California I grew up eating avocados though. I miss the days of them being a nickle apiece.

      #5
      What I read somedamnplace is
      3 chopped peels in a jar
      pour 180*F water over them,
      let ferment at least 1 week.
      Strain it and add water to make 1 gallon,
      use 1 cup to 1 gallon water.

      I'll add do PH it.

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