Bottling & Storing Worm Tea / Lechate

“If worm tea must be used in a short time after it is made how do companies like terracycle bottle it and sell it in stores long after it is made?” ~ Joe Pearce Hi Joe, That is a great question, but first of all let me introduce the company Terracycle. Terracycle is a great…

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How To Make Live Composting Worms Neon Green & Drive Fish Crazy...

How To Make Live Composting Worms Turn Neon Green To Drive Fish Crazy & Improve Your Catch Rate…

“My name is Stan, I found your website and hoped you might be able to help me with my daughters science project. We went fishing a while back and bought some neon green night crawlers. We were intrigued and want to do her science project on how this color change occurs. Our hypothesis was that…

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Worm Composting with Worm Stations

“I have been reading your news letters for a short time. I am an avid gardener and bug person. I have worm stations (the PVC pipe) that I put my cooking scraps into (which is quite a bit once you start saving them). My real question is, do worms have memories? My worms are what…

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Earthworms Producing a Lot of Greenhouse Gas? Myth or Truth?

“I heard the earthworms produce a lot of greenhouse gases, is this true? Is worm farming really environmentally friendly?” ~ Jack Ousby Hi Jack, Thank you for this question. This was a huge issue a few years back but we get people asking the same question time and again, especially when greenhouse gas emissions is…

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Storage Of Liquid Worm Fertilizer / Leachate

“I would like to find out how long one can store the liquid fertilizer that is collected from the worm castings. When I want to make use of the residue to spray for pests then how do I use it? (At what concentration). Is there any other literature that I can use to read up…

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Making & Using Brewed Worm Tea

“I have heard about brewed worm tea, but it seems like so much hassle to make! Is it worth making it? And how do you use it?” ~ Amy Southgate Hi Amy, Thanks for your question. You are right that proper worm tea does take a bit of effort to make. You need to buy…

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Benefical Comparison Of Worm Casting, Worm Leachate, and Worm Tea – Part 2…

“Thank you for your excellent newsletters! Could you please in some future newsletter in broad terms compare the three byproducts of worm farming, castings, leachate and worm tea. With regards to the following… 1. NPK Value 2. Microbial Value 3. Best used for- 4. Dilution rates to be used I do realize that the chemical…

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