How To Make Worm Tea To Supercharge Your Garden & Plants...

How To Make Worm Tea To Supercharge Your Garden & Plants…

The following question… Can you discuss the specific process you use for making worm tea in detail and provide suggestions for someone looking to get started? …was put to Michael J Wellik, you can find out more about Michael here… Response: I have a home made tea brewing system consisting of either a 5 gallon…

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Worm Composting Hobby To Worm Composting Business…

The following question… What general advice would you give to someone interested in moving from “worm composting hobby” to “worm composting business”? …was put to Bentley Christie, you can find out more about Bentley here. Response: In general, I am a big proponent of the “start small and ‘grow’ from there” approach for getting into…

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Feeding Bokashi Waste To A Worm Farm…

“Can one place Bokashi into the worm farm straight from the Bokashi bucket, or should one wait a while for the pH to come up first? When adding my Bokashi to my worm farm, it normally takes about 5 – 7 days for them to move into it. Will too low a pH – around…

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EM (Effective Microorganisms) & Vermicomposting

“Dear Kenny, I need your advice on the following: I have been keeping a few (unsealed) gunny sacks of dry vermicast for some months now. It doesn’t give bad odour. Is the stuff still good? Will spraying with 1:40 EM-water solution help reactivate/refresh the worm cast? Can vermicast combine with EM-treated animal dung and become…

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How Often Should I Use Worm Tea In My Potted Plants?

“I understand potted plants need to be fertilized more often than plants in the ground. Is that true? Also how much and how often should I use worm tea in my potted plants {tomatoes}? And can I over worm tea? Thank you for your help.” ~ Chris Vialpando Hi Chris, Different plants have different needs,…

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Selling The Benefits of WormCasts Over Regular Compost…

“I read with interest your recent newsletter about marketing vermicompost products. Marketing methods aside my own point of view is that the marketing methods should be based primarily on the merits of your product. I am relatively new to vermicomposting (one year) and definitely enjoy turning kitchen scraps into compost and using it in my…

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Selling Worm Castings & Tea at the Farmers Market…

“Hi, I was wondering if a Farmers Market would be a good place to try and sell my worm castings and tea, and if you would know of other ways to market my stuff.” ~ Jason from Selah Wa. Hi Jason, Farmers markets are a perfect place to sell worm castings and tea. In fact…

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