Organic liquid fertiliser (Worm Casting Tea)


Compost tea contains the three primary nutrients plants need: nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium. Not only does compost feed the plants that grow in this soil, but it does so using existing materials, many of which are free or by-products of the food system already.


Use worm tea as an inoculant for potting soil. The nutrients in worm tea help seedlings grow strong…. 

What is a garden soil inoculant?

By inoculating your legume plants, you help to add nitrogen to your soil, which in turn lets the rest of your garden get the nitrogen it needs. Nitrogen is a gas that occurs naturally in our atmosphere. It’s one of the big three nutrients that plants need to survive, the others being phosphorus and potassium.

Worm tea also helps recover polluted soil. If you repeat the worm tea applications, the microbes will convert and metabolize organic and inorganic 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.

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.

What are the benefits of worm tea for plants?

Additionally, the microbes have disease suppressant qualities too, helping to stop problems such as root rot!

Simply spray the worm tea on the leaves of your plants until it is dripping onto and into the soil to give protection from various root and foliar pathogens, as well as the pesky insect pests.

What is worm compost tea?

Worm compost tea is your secret ingredient to grow giant vegetables! The key to plant growth is nitrogen. About 78% of all nitrogen exists in the atmosphere. Unfortunately plants cannot absorb atmospheric nitrogen. Nitrogen must convert into other forms so that it can enter the food chain.

Do I need to dilute the worm tea?

Dilution of the worm tea for this purpose is not necessary. The concentration of microbes as a foliar feed is very important, as the aim is to cover the plant and leaf with as many beneficial microbes as possible, so the higher the concentration the better! If some parts of the leaf are uncovered, then it is only susceptible to attack.


1 litre foliar spray, 1 litre bottle, 5 litre bottle


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