How To Make Worm Tea… – Eco Snippets

How To Make Worm Tea…

How To Make Worm Tea...

Today Tim Miner from the Edible Learning Lab is going to show us how to extract the bacteria, nutrients, and fungi from worm castings to use elsewhere in your garden. Vermicast are worm castings, a nutrient-rich material that can be used to make “compost tea” or “worm tea”. The tea can be used as a soil drench in raised beds. It offers the same benefits as compost, but without taking up space in your beds.

Materials Needed:

Overview Of The Process:

  1. Treat water if necessary and add molasses.
  2. Tie up castings into cheesecloth bag with a zip tie.
  3. Use S hook to hang on the side of the bucket with the bag in the water.
  4. Put aeration stones into bucket.
  5. Let sit for 24 hours.
  6. Dilute 1 part tea to 5 parts water to drench.

Check it out in more detail in the video below…

If you would like to learn more about setting up your own worm composting operation for your garden, check out the worm farming secrets website for a ton of useful advice. You might also want to check out this awesome worm composting operation too…

50 Square Meters Of Worm Composting Beds Producing 11k Liters Of Worm Poo Every 45 Days…

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