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Post  Green Rose on Tue Jun 04, 2013 5:13 pm

Hello! Especially hello to Josh. I found your forum by searching worm compost tea. I will read all your info but I am most interested in how you regularly use your worm tea. I'm also trying to stay as green as possible.

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Post  Josh on Tue Jun 04, 2013 10:01 pm

Hello Green Rose! It's great to have someone to post!

Have you looked over in the compost forum and watched my worm tea video? Notice how I just put the worm compost in the water lose, one cup of worm compost, and that's a gallon glass jar and I fill it almost full. I just take that and pour worm compost and all, (about a cup per plant) that I want to give an extra boost, about once a week. You could make it by the 5 gallon bucket if you need a lot, I would just use 5 cups of worm compost per 5 gallon of water.

For the worm tea spray, I take a coffee filter and put about a handful (cup) of worm compost in the filter and pull the edges together and staple it to close it up. Then I "brew" it like I did in the video, and put it in a spray bottle and spray it on the plants. I think it helps the plants grow, and keeps the bugs off. I don't have any problems with aphids, and bugs like that. My mom uses the spray on her roses, and she says it makes a difference!

Worm compost in a coffee filter
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Put it in a gallon of water and "brew it for 24 hours"
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Spray it on your plants!
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I also take the worm compost and work it in the soil around my plants, when I plant.


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