Worm Tea is an energy drink for your plants.

This is a natural liquid plant food that is completely safe for children and pets
and will not contaminate the water system.


Worm tea
Worm tea is safe for all plants, flowers, vegetables, seedlings, roses, trees and  provides a shield against harmful garden pests. Worm tea is good for fruiting, flowering or difficult to access potted plants.

Worm Tea is not something you drink. It is a natural product that is brewed from the worm castings like a sun tea. The nice thing about this product is you don't need a different spray for each type of  pest such as an aphid spray or a cutworm spray, etc. These microbes will attack and eat any bug that gets on your plant. They won't just eat the bug, they will eat the eggs as well.

This means you won't be retreating three days later for the same problem after the eggs hatch. This saves you a lot of money. Also, you can use this product to treat the smaller pests such as white flies and spider mites. You can also use it to treat some of your more difficult problems such as tomato blight, black spot, black mildew and rust, just to name a few.

Worm Tea is made from Worm Castings so it retains all the nutrients of worm castings in liquid form. The worm tea in the liquid form has a 90-day shelf life, but we also sell it in a dry form that has an unlimited shelf life. The natural vitamins and minerals in worm tea promote a stronger root system and healthier plants.

Humus is the basic unit for soil fertility and worm tea turns organic matter into humus. The living microbes in worm tea feed the protozoa and good nematodes so they in turn feed on the bacteria and fungi that attack your plants, creating a natural insecticide and fungicide.

Simply use 4 oz of worm tea to a gallon of DECHLORINATED water and spray your garden. Either use rain water or let chlorinated water stand for 24 hours to dissipate the chlorine. It's best to spray late in the day when the sun's U/V rays are not as strong so the plants have a chance to absorb the nutrients. Spray every two weeks after sprouting. Try to use the entire bottle in a day. Planting guide: Apply worm tea as a foliage spray or soil drench at planting or transplanting, just before blooming and every two weeks until harvest. Use 4-8 gallons per acre for large fields.


Read below what a soil expert says about Worm Tea

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Elaine Ingham, an American Microbiologist and Soil Biology Researcher and founder of Soil Foodweb Inc. encourages farmers to listen to Mother Nature.

Worm teas have been shown to suppress certain plant diseases such as fusarium, botrytis, pythium phytophotora, rhizoctonia, schlerotinia, all fungal pathogens that attack plants.

Dr. Elaine Ingham, director of Soil Food Web Inc of Corvallis, Ore,  says that plant protection by high quality compost teas is due to the high microbial activity in the tea. When worm tea is applied to leaf surfaces, like the castings, it increases the microbes that protect the leaf from infection and attack by pathogenic organisms.

Worm tea can be applied as soil drenches or washes after pesticide use to re-introduce good microbes that may have been damaged by the pesticide. The microbes also aid in the breakdown of any pesticide residues in the soil, helping to prevent groundwater contamination.

Dr. Ingham suggests that in agricultural fields, the application of  5 gallons per acre per week of undiluted worm tea. Adjust as needed based on results. For home use, apply worm tea at a dilution rate of 1 part tea to 4 parts water every two weeks for best results.