Thursday, 2 December 2021

Tea Leaf compost

tea leaves


We use tea leaves to make tea. Either we put tea leaves directly in boiling water or we use tea bags to make tea. In both the cases, strain the tea leaves through a fine sieve. Wash the tea leaves thoroughly in a sieve.

Remove other used ingredients such as basil leaves, ginger, or cardamom. If you are using milk to make tea, then you should wash the used tea leaves thoroughly. Finally, squeeze the tea leaves through a sieve to remove the excess water.

You can either take a medium-sized earthen pot or a plastic container. Make 2 to 4 holes from the top. This will help ensure good aeration. The diameter of the hole should be one to two centimeters.

Pour the used tea leaves into the pot daily. Keep adding when the pot is full. Keep this pot in the shade. It will be ready for use after 60 to 90 days. When you see that the quantity of dried tea leaves is half of the initial quantity, take them out.

Dry them in direct sunlight for 2 to 4 days, and then it is ready to use. However, this is another very simple method that you can try.

Tea leaves as compost

The process is almost the same in the beginning. But you can also try this quick and easy method after washing, filtering and collecting the tea leaves. Dry the tea leaves in direct sunlight for 24 hours. You can add garden soil + dry tea-leaf compost + organic manure. Sprinkle water and mix them well.

Cover this mixture with a plastic sheet and keep it in the shade for 4 to 5 days. After the 5th day, you can start using this tea-leaf compost as you would any other heavy organic manure. However, I would suggest you to use waste decomposer or sanitizer along with tea-leaf compost.

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