I have a question for you tea makers out there.... I know good compost is a great source of biology for tea. I wonder how many of you are using/adding a truly active soil/compost with plant of interest growing in it for brewing. I'm finding that when I start with a truly active biology source taken from the area around plant roots that my tea's are finishing very fast with LOT's of bacteria, protozoa's in under 24hrs. my nematodes are still alive as well in these shorter brews. I have not run larger brews yet to see if I will get the same microbe#'s/short brew time results but the spring season will be here soon.... Any reason that a short brew time would not be as beneficial as a longer one? Anybody?