Question about making tea

cats39(z5 Upstate NY)August 20, 2008

Hi all!

Can someone tell me how much worm casting is needed to make one gallon of tea?

TY in advance

Jim

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vermiman(7)

I would use a couple of cups for a gallon.

    Bookmark   August 20, 2008 at 3:37PM
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Karchita(WA Z8)

What kind of tea are you making?

I use whatever is in my bin to make non-aerobic tea in a five gallon bucket. That's usually 1-2 pints. That makes a really black-looking soup, and I mix it with more water in a watering can to the color of about dark iced tea and pour it on the soil around my plants. I suppose that I use about a quart of the black soup and a two gallon watering can. You do the math :-). It isn't an exact science.

    Bookmark   August 25, 2008 at 4:47PM
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