It shows 59 on their website with free shipping.
I saw it on Amazon for 48. 60 bunbled with a pound of black soldier fly larva. It took me forever to get rid of the black soldier flies out of my worm bin, no thanks.
I’m running super low on rainwater and no rain in sight, so I’m exploring my options. I ha e about 20 gallons of water in buckets with a handful of compost in them to neutralize the chloramine, and I leave it for 24 hours to let the chlorine dissipate. I was looking for a quicker option and a friend told me about this.
There are tons of options out there. I don’t want to go spend the money buying ro water if I can help it. Once I can get a house and get a better rain collection system set up, it will help alot. Obviously I need something else until then.
Tinytuttle I am glad to know that chlorine and chloramine should have a minimal effect on my teas as long as I take some precautions first. My pump was the biggest bass pro shops had, so I only run one bucket at a time with both lines in it. I will have a better setup someday, but I am just knocking off my growing dust right now. I had to start somewhere, and this tea stuff is awesome.
Any other good, cheap options? I know those 2 words don’t always go together, but I gotta try to find some e asuble stuff for those of us on a shoestring budget.
Also, tinytuttle, how long do you normally brew your teas?
I thought the compost or dirt was to get the chloramine to bind to it. Chlorine will evaporate if given time.