- Use worm tea as an inoculant for potting soil. The nutrients in worm tea help seedlings grow strong. It is suggested that inoculation should be done two weeks before you plant your seedling.
- Worm tea also helps recover polluted soil. If you repeat the worm tea applications, the microbes will convert and metabolize organic and inorganic chemicals. The worm tea will help sequester some of the heavy metals found in chemicals.
- Sometimes lawns can become sterile due to chemical treatment. Worm tea will repopulate the soil with microbes, enrich the roots and break down the thatch turning it into food for grass.
- During hot summer days, worm tea can help retain water in soil.
- If you decide to use worm tea as a foliar spray, it will help your plants produce more foliage and larger stems. This greatly helps plants that are lacking enough sun.
- You may also add worm tea to a compost pile to speed-up the break-down process.
- Worm Tea is a natural repellent for scale, mites, white flies, and aphids
- Our ingredients are a natural fungicide in soil and on plant surfaces
- Use can help increase in plant stem size and foliage
- This is an all natural soil conditioner
- Gentle from nature and will not burn plants
- Worm Tea Aides in the creation of colloidal humus
- Grows healthier fruits and vegetables than those treated with chemical fertilizers, excellent for organic farming