Worm tea

by Lenny
(Bradenton Fl.)

Paulie I know you advised not to make tea to stock.

If a local customer wanted some worm tea and I made it for them, what's the life expectancy of the tea Between the time they pick it up and the time they use it before it goes bad? Do you have any idea?

This would be casting made worm tea made for locals only. What do you think?


From the time you pull out the hoses that deliver the oxygen start counting.

About 4 hours and then the oxygen will be gone. The tinier your bubble are then the longer it will last. use several bubble stones like 4 per 5 gallon bucket.

So 2-4 hours depending on how large your bubbles are.

Thanks Again,

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