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Lark
Wisconsin zone 4/5
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June 3, 2014 - 8:30 pm

I am brewing my first batch of WORM TEA for the 2014 gardening season in a 5 gallon bucket.  Tomorrow early morning I will dilute the brew to a LITE TEA COLOR and spray all my veggies. Depending on how much I have left over I will then water (drench) the veggie plants.

 

 

Dousman, Wisconsin, zone 5

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Lark
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August 13, 2014 - 7:24 pm

Today I WORM TEAED all the gardens and Dave's bushes.  Since I am using a 1 gallon sprayer, it took about 2 hours to complete.  I do this about twice a month.  Hopefully, this makes the plants stronger. Making the plant more resistant to bugs, disease, hot periods,  and to the first couple of light frosts.Confused  Time consuming but almost FREE to make this brew. Smile

Dousman, Wisconsin, zone 5

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Lark
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April 17, 2015 - 8:48 am

I have been feeding my young potted veggies with NON-BREWED worm tea.  This means that I am just adding a little 1/4 cup of worm castings to a 2 gallon sprinkling can of water (non chlorinated).  The water should look like a WEAK tea solution, very light tan color.  So adjust how much castings create this light tan color.  I am doing this about every other watering. 

Dousman, Wisconsin, zone 5

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