How water a big garden area with worm tea in a relative quick way to save time ?

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Asked by Gavin

Green Beret

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  • Depends on how you water your garden. e.g. if you have a drip irrigation system, you can rig in a closable (water tight) tub/chamber/container between the tap and your filter. This allows you to put alsorts of nutrient loads in. E.g. fill with semi dilute worm wee, or even make a compost tea by putting amazing compost in a cheese cloth bag and soaking it in their when you run your irrigation.

    If you are just watering with a hose, then it won't really take you any extra time to poor some semi dilute or even straight worm juice on around you plants and water it in with the hose as you go (bottle of worm wee in one hand, hose in the other). alternatively you can buy (or make DIY if you're clever) little bottles with a bottle top fitting that screws into your hose. This way the nutrient gets pulled into the general water stream as the water flows over it. Did you ever put straws in dye as a kid and blow air over the top to make a breath powered air brush thing? Same thing :)

    Answered by JP WilliamsonRating: 0
  • http://www.worms4earth.com/raiseworms.php see this link

    Answered by rogerRating: 0
  • Alexander - "If you are just watering with a hose, then it won't really take you any extra time to poor some semi dilute or even straight worm juice on around you plants and water it in with the hose as you go (bottle of worm wee in one hand, hose in the other)." This way you won't need to strain your worm juice nor put it in the watering can. Just sloch it round and water it in well

    Answered by JP WilliamsonRating: 0

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