THANKS Soil! I appreciate the help and will post those questions again!! And you're correct, I'll be the bigger man and ignore the foolishness again. Just hate when someone tries to shut me up, makes me wanna shout louder....sorry! I wonder though, does this stuff supposedly stay toxic, or can it become useful with time...like maybe a month or two? Or doesn't that supposed food in the soil ever become safe to use? I'm guessing it does, which is why I'm having such great results. So...even if it is unfinished compost, it's still going to produce useful teas in the end...if one were worried about making tea? I wonder if, by dilute he could also mean mix well with other ingredients in an effort to make a supersoil? And.... I'll add one more thing to this, I've read people in this very forum putting worms in their pots, these worms still alive after the harvest. I am willing to bet my hind teeth that the people that did this didn't add food, so the worms lived, but not on anyting in the soil that would harm the plant...right? So, reasonable to say that worms could live in my soil long after the "toxic" contaminants are gone?