Worm tea


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(Med.) an anthelmintic tea or tisane.

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Save this, it is worm tea, a liquid fertilizer as rich as the compost itself.
You can sell your castings, worm tea, worm eggs, and the adult worms.
Not enough to make an impact on our kitchen waste, true, but I am collecting litres of worm tea.
Castings can be applied by top dressing individual plants and seedlings or by making a worm tea.
Jane Sooby, technical program director with the Organic Farming Research Foundation in Santa Cruz, said she was unaware of any scientific research on the effectiveness of worm tea - but the role of worms as heroes of the garden and compost pile is well-documented.