Anybody use castings in tea?

fescue_planterJuly 30, 2007

I know looking around there are some mixed ideas for using worm castings to make a tea but I was thinking of using a little mix with some compost to brew up. Does anyone have any experience or have any positives/negatives on using castings for brewing? Are there any potential pathogenic microbes that come from the castings? Thanks

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billhill(z5 MI - KBG)

Throw some in. It can't hurt.

    Bookmark   August 3, 2007 at 12:37PM
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