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How to use worm castings in the Garden

 — March 2, 2014 — 5 Comments

Organic Gardening how to use worm castings in the garden:

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Mix it into your favorite compost tea recipe

When your making your favorite compost tea recipe it is important to inoculate with beneficial bacteria… in addition to your compost pile worm castings are a great source of bacteria to multiply.

Mix it into your soil in raised beds, potting soil or in the ground

In your soil worm castings will leach out slowly over time, pure castings are a bit hydrophobic so they will hold there form for a while. Amended generously into your soil castings play an important part in developing your soil food web.

Use it as a Foliar spray

Strain your castings tea that have been bubbling in rain water

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5 responses to How to use worm castings in the Garden

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