I was wanting to know how I would get my N P K ratio's correct for a compost tea? The ingrediants I have to work with are: Compost, Worm castings, Ancient forest, Azomite (0-0-.2), Sea kelp (1-0-3), Mexican Guano (10-1-1), Peruvian Guano (12-11-2) and Indonesian guano (.5-13-.2). Also I have liquid nutrients by BMO: Grow it green (5-2-5), and flower power (1-8-7). I am trying to make a tea that is roughly 3-2-2 (per someones suggestion on this site). I am using subcools super soil so I do not really need a high NPK, I would prefer it to be rather weak actually. I want to be able to give the plants a microbe boost, with minimal fertilizers, while being in the proper ratio so I don't throw my soils balance off. I am looking to learn how to mix additives properly, so I can always get my ratio's right with every tea that I make, for my babies or for my lawn and vegitables.