I do the comfrey tea one too - using the brick adn bucket method. Not forgetting to cover it up too. Oh and a peg for my nose when I come to use it ;>)
I've heard about the bindweed one before too, but never used it. Let me know how that works as I have a never ending supply :>(
Have been doing the bindweed and couch grass like this for some time, the smell is not much better but because the roots go down so far the resulting sludge is full of trace elements that the bindweed has drawn up.
thank you for reminding me to go and drain off some liquid as it will be getting very diluted with all this rain! Have a tap on an old barrel so its easy to get at.
Our Town Ranger (I have to force myself to not say "High Ho Silver!) likes to come and moan about the number of people that pull up weeds and cart them off site -as he says its like throwing away the next few years soil - and even with pernicious weeds he's right. The more you take to the dump the more you'll have to buy compost in.
Fish guts are really good fertilisers to use. Last winter I buried some in a small area where the soil was too poor to grow anything except weeds. The difference it made! All plants are growing so tall and lush in that area that I shall do the same to other parts of the garden.
You got to bury deep otherwise the cat or the fox will eat them.