I'm wanting to give my organic soil a good charge of microbial life so ive decided to brew.. first time for everything! Im positive i will be adding more ingredients next brew (kelp meal, bat guano etc.) specifically to where i am in growth stage.. but im still learning.. and seeing how most that ive read, the earthworm tea is for boosting microbial life and beneficial bacteria in the soil, not necessarily for the plant directly .. and due to where im at in flowering stage i will not be using as a foliar spray
Earthworm Casting Tea recipe:
(per gallon of water)
- 1 Cup of Earthworm Castings
- 1 Tbsp of Organic Non-sulfured Molasses
thats it thats all... this time
after 12 hours of brewing.. Foamy
So my pH has gotten quite high (city water is pretty high to begin with)
- Seeing how the tea is mainly for the organic soil's microbial life/ benificial bacteria is it nessesary to adjust pH of my brew?
lots of fourms were saying no need to adjust pH in teas for a organic soil grow.... but im also assuming they wernt dealing with such alkaline water.
any one got a take on the matter?