As we already know worms are great for plants, so we are going to make a compost tea! It’s a secret recipe, but we’ll still tell you. Step 1: Take one cup of compost and pour it into a bucket. Step 2: Get 10 cups of water and pour it into the bucket with compost. Step 3: Whisk the mixture together until you get a watery blend and make sure that there aren't any chunks of compost. Now you have Mrs. Prunier’s famous compost tea!
Red wigglers eat lots of things, but these are things we feed them… 1. fruit and vegetable scraps, stems and peels 2. egg shells cleaned out and crushed 3. coffee grounds we filter 4. tea bags without staple 5. dry grass and clippings 6. newspaper 7. cardboard 8. potato peels 9. cut banana peels.
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