Great for SST
These Organic Alfalfa seeds are specifically cleaned and ready for sprouting.
Once sprouted the Enzymes are a catalyst that assist the other nutrients and help super charge your soil. Making alfalfa tea, often known as seed tea, is a great and cheap way to give your plants something extra. These alfalfa seeds can be planted to grow alfalfa just the same as be used for our special seed tea.
Alfalfa is known to be high in Triacontanol.
"You can read a lot about the alfalfa compound (auxin) Triacontanol which is found in alfalfa meal. What gets lost in the discussion is that the sprouting alfalfa’s production of this auxin is at its maximum meaning that go gently into that good night if you choose to sprout alfalfa seeds. Start with 1/2 the amount you would with most other seeds." -Clackamas Coots
Instead of buying an expensive enzyme product in a bottle, you can make your own!
Super Sprouted Tea Version 2.0: (Credit to some old Coot)
28 Grams Alfalfa Seed (1 Ounces)
Soak for 8 hours with Clean Water
Should now weigh minimum 42 Grams (If not soak longer)
Sprout seeds until tail is as long as the seed or about 1-2 days.
Blend in a food blender or whatever you have with a little but of water to help it blend.
Add this to 5 gallons water and you have one of the worlds most nutritious Plant Enzyme Teas available for PENNIES.
Explanation on our blogs from Clackamas Coots:"There are 2 major exceptions: alfalfa seeds and corn. You can read a lot about the alfalfa compound (auxin) Triacontanol which is found in alfalfa meal. What gets lost in the discussion is that the sprouting alfalfa’s production of this auxin is at its maximum meaning that go gently into that good night if you choose to sprout alfalfa seeds. Start with 1/2 the amount you would with most other seeds. I switch between alfalfa and corn seeds during the vegetative for the compounds I mentioned. Cytokinins will increase the girth and tinsel strength of the side branches and stronger branches will produce larger and heavier flowers." - Clackamas Coots
Alfalfa Seed - For Organic Sprouted Seed Tea
3 lb - Small Bag: 9 x 5 x 3.3
7 lb - Large Bag: 9.3 x 6 x 4.5
25 lb Bag: 24 x 14 x 3.75
Great for SST
The 24 to 36 hour response that I received after the application of the sprouted alfalfa didn’t surprise me at all. Alfalfa contains Triacontinol , and is at its highest concentration post sprout. Next round I will be applying it through a foliar feed with potassium silicate thrown in the mix as well. I got into organics about 10 years ago,Simply Because it just made sense.
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Thank you very much for the seeds working well
I was a little shocked when I saw the price for pounds as I can source some for cheaper but it does have BS filler. This stuff is pure. Absolute just seed. Three pounds of Grade A seed. Sprouts well and making it into tea is a breeze. Plants love these enzymes and is also a great addition to cover crops.
Good product, but when compared to MountainRoseHerbs.com who sells it for ~$11 a lb, its a little pricey.