Potential Impact of Compost Tea on Soil Microbial Properties and Performance of Radish Plant under Sandy Soil conditions - GreenhouseExperiments
Australian Journal of Basic and Applied Sciences 2016
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Radishes treated with compost tea had 150% Nitrogen , 92% more Phosphorus, and 253% more Potassium content in their leaves than those that were untreated. Compost tea helped the plants uptake nutrients in a major way.