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Re: I am sending you this as others can benefit from it too.

  • Subject: [cg] Re: I am sending you this as others can benefit from it too.
  • From: JSBMH2@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 8 Apr 2003 20:23:07 EDT

Hi Hans,
Wormcast Leachate is often an unpredictable and unstable brew.  It can be either anaerobic, in which case it may hurt your plants, or aerobic.  Perhaps a better brew is compost tea, which is truly aerobic and contains many other beneficial properties as Dr. Elaine Ingham from the soil food web explains in this how to article.  Check it out!
Brewing Compost Tea
The soil food web site goes into more detail,
Soil Food Web - Soil Food Web
And finally there is a very active discussion group on yahoo.
Yahoo! Groups : compost_tea
John Herndon
Villge Green Community Garden
Norman, OK

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