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Scoby/Kombucha Mother in Vermicomposter?

Posted by Worms4Tracy 9 (My Page) on
Thu, Sep 15, 11 at 23:41

So I started a batch of Kombucha ages ago and then let it go too long and then left it and now it has about a three-inch thick stack of scobies floating in liquid. Can I toss the liquid and feed the scobies to my worms?

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RE: Scoby/Kombucha Mother in Vermicomposter?

I did about two weeks ago. I imagine the worms swarming the scobie but have not looked to witness it.

Better luck with your next Kombucha attempt.

RE: Scoby/Kombucha Mother in Vermicomposter?

Nothing wrong with that liquid, don't toss it! It makes a great vinegar or you can use it to fertilize your plants. Mix 1 part Kombucha with 1 part water to use.

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