The Field Guide I for Actively Aerated Compost Tea (AACT)
This introductory manual is a compilation of Dr. Elaine Ingham's responses to questions about Actively Aerated Compost Tea (AACT).
Elaine R. Ingham, Ph.D.
Compiled and edited by Carole Ann Rollins, Ph.D. Published by Gardening With Nature
Anyone who has attended one of Dr. Elaine Ingham’s classes learns that healthy soil and plants all depend upon a balanced biology. This new-found knowledge is exciting to learn, and we discover that the balance we seek can’t be easily answered by chemical ingredients.
This introductory manual starts with basic information about Actively Aerated Compost Tea (AACT), and why soil biology is so important. You will learn how to make AACT from your own compost, and the many benefits derived from using AACT to establish a healthy biology in your soil.
The information in this book was complied from Dr. Elaine Ingham’s extensive and detailed internet correspondence by Dr. Carole Ann Rollins. Many answers to questions people seek about AACT and soil biology will be found in these pages. This reference manual also includes application rates for a variety of industries and provides reputable information on how to deal with a variety of problems. An index helps you quickly look up answers and can be referenced while in the field.
170 pages, 8.5″ x 11″ paperback
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- Second printing 2006