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HOW WOULD YOU MAKE A WORM CAST TEA INTO A POWDER?.

 

NOW IF YOU USED MALTODEXTRIN, N - ZORBIT, CORN STARCH ETC. THIS WOULD NOT WORK, IT WOULD JUST TURN IT INTO A MUSH.

 

IF YOU GOOGLE (ECOTHRIVE BIOSYS) AS AN EXAMPLE, YOU`LL SEE ITS A POWDERED MICROBIAL TEA, HOW IS THIS POSSIBLE, HOW DID THEY DO THIS, BY MACHINE?, BY ADDING AN ADDITIVE?.

 

HOW DO YOU GET MICROBIOLOGY INTO A POWDER. I WOULD REALLY LIKE SOMEONE TO HELP IF THEY HAVE ANY INFO IN REGARDS TO HOW THIS CAN BE DONE WITH WORM CAST TEA. 

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All the ingredients will be dry. The microoorganisms will be pre-cultured and collected in spore form then added to fulvic/humic acid-containing powders and seaweed powder (Ascophyllum notatum is commonly used). When you add moisture and warmth the spores will activate and feed on the seaweed.

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Can this be done at home by any chance?, and how simple is this, how do you pre culture worm tea liquid?.

 

When you said fulvic / humic acid, are you referring to just the standard powders that can be bought, which the microorganism would be mixed in with.

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@CharonY Will likely have more info on the feasibility of culturing yourself.

Yes, I was thinking of the standard powders.

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