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sassafrass
Jul 8, 2011 10:50 AM CST
Hi Charleen & Charlie. Could you explain a how to process for making the tea? How weak or strong must it be?

Thanks!!
Name: Pegi Putnam
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Samigal
Jul 8, 2011 11:08 AM CST
Hi Charleen and Charley: I don't know any mules around my neck of the woods, but DH had a small worm farm and I have a lot of worm tea, I think I read somewhere that I should delute it 14 to 1, but will have to look that up again. Group hug
Name: Charleen
Barnesville, Ga. Zone 7b-8 (Zone 8a)
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Ridesredmule
Jul 8, 2011 11:15 AM CST
Oh, Worms are great too, Pegi.
Sassy, I put a container (about 1 gal) in a 5 gal bucket. fill with water let it sit for a day and start using it. I use it to water my Brugs and they look good. It may be the rain we've been getting too.
Pegi, we used to have Rabbits, You could use that straight from the bunnie, Very good Fertilizer.
When I want some Tea to use to water I dip a milkjug in and go water away. I use milkjugs in my MG water to carry to plants too, I use both.
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This is latest picture of my Brugs...got another patch of them I need to get pictures of too...
Thanks you all for visiting my BLOG. This is my first. Welcome with hugs and mule nuzzles.... Hurray! Hurray! Hurray! Group hug

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