So then, does worm leachate have any value, either immediately or stored and used later...?

by Dan Wright
(Muncie, Indiana, USA)

The title of my question is my question.


I've not used the worm leachate this season in favor of brewing compost tea 40 gallons at a time and am seeing tremendous results.

BUT, is there any value at all in using the worm leachate?
If the answer is yes, then can it be stored?

Can I use freshly collected worm leachate as an ingredient in my aerated vermicompost tea? Is this redundant?

So far, this site has been the most helpful to put labels on things. Thanks for it.

Look forward to hearing from you,
Dan Wright

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