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worm casting tea ?
Posted 09 May 2009 - 11:44 PM
i want to make EWC tea.
i have sea kelp,worm casts,humic acid and carboload .
i grow 10 feminized plants in 11 Litre pots and they are first day of flowering .
1 ) how much Worm casts tea do i need for 10 plants in 11 litre pots ?
2 ) how often should i water my plants with worm casts tea ? with every watering or is only one time enough to inoculate beneficals ?
3 ) how can i use this tea ? should i distill it ? how much should i use for per gallon ?
4 ) i know i need to bubble all those stuff with some water for 48 hours.but how much should i use EWC,Sea kelp,water,carboload,humic acid ? what is the ratio ? ?
PS: i grow in LC's soilless mix # 1 . i use bio bizz organic nutrients.
thanks for your help .
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Posted 10 May 2009 - 01:02 PM
Hello CWM....... If you read the stickie "Post your worm tea recipe" all your questions will be answered, but I will try to help as best as I can....The sorely missed Lumperdawgz was a wizard with this particular facet of grow info, and luckily, I saved all his post for research and for my own personal knowledge so here goes:
1.) % gallons is enough to inocculate close to a half acre so you could probably make 1-2 gallons.
2.) You only need to drench your plant 2-3 times during the grow for effectiveness.
3.) You dilute the tea at 1:10 (1 part tea to 10 parts water)
4.) Here is LD's "Brew".....I would follow his recipe as close as I could:
Good luck with your brew Charles....let us know how it turns out and I hope I've been of help...............chunk
do you put all stuff in a pantyhose while brewing ?
Posted 11 May 2009 - 12:22 AM
I think so just like another tea so you don't need to strain it when it's done.
is 6 watt twin outlet aquarium air pump enough to do 5 gallon tea ?
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