DIY WORM BATH USING AN OLD BATH TUB

RECYCLED MATERIALS EASY TO MAKE AND THE LIQUID TEA IS A GREAT FERTILIZER FOR ALL THE GARDEN

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  1. HackerGuitarist says:

    that is not worm tea ..it’s called “lecheate”,,it comes from water dripping from the rotting materials…do not confuse this with a worm tea, which is brewed from the finished worm castings…big difference.

  2. imcrime says:

    I love vermiculture! Why not just drill holes all on the bottom of the tub, allowing for more room and less construction materials – then add a collection tray to collect the run off or tea. A drain could be added to the collection try for tea on tap! Great job though! Thanks for the video!

  3. semersion says:

    Excellent video right on.
    I think using coarse gravel would work better then all that timber and metal and garden cloth.

  4. BillyAteMySoul says:

    Thanks for this video, I’m going on to watch the next one!

  5. dirtybootzdownunder says:

    Thanks Sadia, very encouraging

  6. sadia102 says:

    Great vid. Thanks Look forward to the next one.

  7. dirtybootzdownunder says:

    Thank you Donald, look forward to seeing your video..

  8. webcajun says:

    Just finished a video on how I set my worm bed up. Will be posting it in a couple of weeks. Yours is a little different than mine cause I’m not collecting the tea. Enjoyed the video…… Donald

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