Eco-Tea will help decrease pathogen stree from bacteria, fungi, nematodes and some insects.

Why is EcoTea™ better then the rest?

EcoTea™ is the best choice for farmers and landscape managers because: We manufacture all the biological communities in house. We have a 15 year track record. We mix, blend and package all the ingredients in-house – NO OUTSOURCING - EcoTea™ is USDA and Pro-Cert approved as an orgainc crop input.

1. EcoTea™ Inoculum

EcoTea™ Inoculum is manufactured at the Overton Environmental Enterprises Inc. Worm Farm and Organics Resource Management Facility.

EcoTea™ Inoculum is comprised of:
  • Premium worm castings
  • Plant-Based humus compost (AKA controlled microbial compost)
  • Fungal compost.

2. EcoTea™ Microbial Foods Ingredients

EcoTea™ Microbial Foods is built specifically to stimulate and promote the growth of beneficial soil microbes.

EcoTea™ Microbial Foods is comprised of a complex mixture of:
  • Oat Flour – Oat flour provides a great food source for various plant-beneficial fungi.
  • Alfalfa Meal – Alfalfa meal contains nutrients and enzymes that help plant-growth-promoting-microbes grow to astounding populations.
  • Diatomaceous Earth – Diatomaceous Earth contains an array of micronutrients that help to increase microbial growth and development. It also increases the habitat for microbes in solution and deters insects.
  • Basal Rock Dust – Basalt rock dust provide essential minerals and nutrients to support the growth of plant-beneficial microbes. It also has high paramagnetic activity that is thought to increase plant and soil health.
  • Soft Rock Phosphate – Soft rock phosphate is a form of natural clay that contains high levels of Phosphorous and Calcium. It is a great organic source of nutrients for plants and microbes. It easily solubilizes into solution.
  • Humic/Fulvic Acids – Humic and fulvic acids are vital components of soil and humus. These chemicals greatly influence soil chemistry, biology and soil structure.
  • Soluble Kelp Extract – Kelp extract contains a large array of enzymes and biostimulants that help to increase plant and microbial health.
  • Kelp Flour – Kelp flour contains valuable nutrients and minerals that promote the growth of plant and soil beneficial fungi.
  • Spelt Flour – Spelt flour contains complex carbohydrates that support the growth of various microbes that create healthy soil.

3. EcoTea™ Catalyst Ingredients

EcoTea™ Catalysts are equivalent to steroids for microbes. They are built using simple and complex carbon sources, micronutrients, and biostimulants to support the growth and reproduction of plant-beneficial organisms.

Ingredients include variations of:
  • Soluble Kelp Extract
  • Liquid Humic Acid
  • Liquid Fulvic Acid
  • Yucca Extract
  • Long-Chain-Amino-Acids
  • Organic Molasses
  • Other Liquid Biostimulants.

Video's about EcoTea™





Earthworms- Charles Darwin’s ‘Unheralded Soldiers of Mankind’- Protective & Productive for Man & Environment

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Effect of Vermicompost and Calcium Silicate to Reduce the Soil Salinity on Growth and Oil Determinations of Marjoram Plant

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Effects of Earthworm Casts and Compost on Soil Microbial Activity and Plant Nutrient Availability

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Embarking on a Second Green Revolution for Sustainable Agriculture by Vermiculture Biotechnology using Earthworms- Reviving the Dreams of Sir Charles Darwin

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Molecularanalysis of bacterial community succession during prolonged compost curing

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Principles of Compost-Based Plant Diseases Control and Innovative New Developments

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Streptomycetes- Characteristics and Their Antimicrobial Activities

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The Potential of Sustainable Agricultural Practices to Enhance Soil Carbon Sequestration and Improve Soil Quality

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The Quality of NYS Agriculture Composts

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Vermicompost, The Story of Organic Gold- A Review

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An Overview of the Benefits of Compost Tea on Plant and Soil Structure

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Analysis of phytohormones in vermicompost using a novel combinative sample preparation strategy of ultrasound assisted extraction and solid-phase coupled with liquid chromatography–tandem mass spectrometry

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Antagonistic Microbes Against Fusarium

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Evaluation of certain antagonistic fungal species for biological control of faba bean wilt disease incited by Fusarium oxysporum

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Antifungal Effects of Compost Tea Microorganisms on Tomato Pathogens

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Arbuscularmycorrhizal Fungi and Vermicompost to Maximize the Production of Foliar Biomolecules in Passiflora Alata Curtis Seedlings

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Biochar to Offset Climate Change

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Biological Control of Pythium Root Rot in Container Flower Production using Microbial Inoculants

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Combined Efficacy of Biofertilizer with Different Biopesticides on Aphid’s Infestation (Acyrnthosiphon Pisum) and the Productivity of Pea Crop (Pisum Sativum)

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Disease Potential Suppression of Compost

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Disease-Suppressive Vermicompost Induces a Shift in Germination Mode of Pythium aphanidermatum Zoosporangia

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Earthworms as Engineers of Soil and Human Health

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Eco-Tea™ Product Information Package

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Effect of brown algae and vermicompost application on some cherry tomato traits in hydroponic system

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Effect of Vermiwash and Vermicompost on an Ornamental Flower, Zinnia sp.

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Effects of Compost Tea Treatments on Productivity of Lettuce and Kohlrabi Systems under Organic Cropping Management

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Effects of Vermicompost in Potting Soils and Extract Foliar Sprays on Vegetable Health and Productivity

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Efficacy of Microbial Amendments on Vegetables in Greenhouse and Field Trials

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Evaluation of the effects of earthworm Eisenia fetida-based products on the pathogenicity of root-knot nematode (Meloidogyne javanica) infecting cucumber

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Fungal Species in EcoTea™ Compost(s)

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Golf and Turf Management - Dale Edits Feb 9 2015, Greenhouse Gas Balance For Composting Operation

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Humic Substances from Vermicompost Enhance Urban Lettuce Production

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Impact of Alternative Fungicides on Grape Downy Mildew Control and Vine Growth and Development

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Impact of Vermincompost Extract Application into Soil and on Plant Leaves on Maize Phytomass Formation

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Impacts of Aerated Compost Tea on Containerized Acer Saccharum and Quercus Macrocarpa Saplings and Soil Properties in Sand, Uncompacted Loam, and Compacted Loam Soils

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Long Term Effects of Organic Amendments on Soil Fertility. A Review

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Long Term Effects of Manure and Fertilisers

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Mass Spectrometric Evidence for the Occurrence of Plant Growth Promoting Cytokinins in Worm Casting Tea

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Medium-term effects of corn biochar addition on soil biota activities and functions in a temperate soil cropped to corn

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Microbial Content of Actively Aerated Compost Tea After Variations of Ingredients or Procedures

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Microbial Diversity of Vermicompost Bacteria that Exhibit Useful Agricultural Traits and Waste Management Potential

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Molecular Diversity and Multifarious Plant Growth Promoting Attributes of Bacilli Associated with Wheat (Triticum Aestivum L.) Rhizosphere from Six Diverse Agro-Ecological Zones of India

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Organic amendments and their influences on plant-parasitic and free-living nematodes- a promising method for nematode management?

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Plant Growth Promoting Rhizobacteria and Medicinal Plants

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Potential of Compost Tea for Suppressing Plant Diseases

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Preliminary Research Concerning the Application of Vermicompost on Aphid Control in Cherry

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Relative Effects of Biological Amendments and Crop Rotations on Soil Microbial Communities and Soilborne Diseases of Potato

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Response of Two Lentil Varieties to Bio-Enriched Compost Tea Rodale 30 year Results

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Seed Germination and Seedling Growth of Tomato and Lettuce as Affected by Vermicompost Water Extracts (Teas)

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Soil Carbon Sequestration and Climate Change

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Soil Carbon Sequestration to Mitigate Climate Change

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Suppression of Soilborne Fungal Diseases with Organic Amendments

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The Combined use of Chemical and Organic Fertilizers and/or Biofertilizers for Crop Growith and Soil Fertility

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The effects of some humic substances and vermicompost on phosphorus transformation rate and forms in a calcareous soil

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The importance of soil food web for healthy environment and sustainable development

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The Potential of Cell-Free Cultures of Rhizobium Leguminosarum, Azotobacter Chroococcum and Compost Tea as Biocontrol Agents for Faba Bean Broomrape (Orobanche Crenata Forsk.)

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Vermicompost Affects Growth, Nitrogen Content, Leaf Gas Exchange and Productivity of Pepper Plants

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Vermicompost Effects on Mycorrhizal Population

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Vermicompost Suppression of Pythium Aphanidermatum Seedling Disease, Practical Applications and an Exploration of the Mechanisms of Disease Suppression

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Vermicomposting- The Basics

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Vermitea Remediation of Hydrocarbon Contaminated Soil

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Worm Power Against Fungal Diseases in Aroids- Prospects and Future Strategies

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Overton Environmental operates a diversified manufacturing company focused on creating sustainable crop inputs and organic waste management solutions. Utilizing the most advanced ecological techniques we have been able to engineer a variety of high-end microbial products. Our entire philosophy is based on returning resources back to the earth – from waste to resource is a fundamental philosophy in our business model.

Overton Environmental is based in Winnipeg, Manitoba with a large satellite facility in Giroux, Manitoba. Currently we operate a large worm farm in Downtown Winnipeg and a large compost facility in Giroux, Manitoba.

OEE Inc. is committed to helping our clients understand and reduce the impacts of their activities on the environment and conform to government regulations. As such, we manufacture an array of products under the "Essential Organics™ and EcoTea™" umbrella and provide expert services including — consulting, custom soil blending, soils manufacturing, composting, product co-packaging and product distribution.


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