This is a low cost worm casting tea brewer and is very easy to build, for tools only a pair of scissors is needed, and it will perform as well as any tea brewer. I have seen similar ones for sale that cost as much as $150.00. The parts for this brewer will cost less than $30.00.
Following the directions for building this tea brewer, and brewing the tea with a good recipe, will make great worm tea for your MMj, garden, house plants and lawns for pennies per gallon.
The parts can be bought at a pet supply or large department store.
1) 5 Gallon Bucket
1) 20 to 60 Gallon Aquarium Pump
2) 5" Bubble Stones
2) T Way Connector Valve
2) 1" Bubble Stones
1) 8' Standard Airline Tubing
1) Household Twine
1)Flower Pot Hook
1) Paint Strainer Bag
Cut 2 pieces of tubing 12" long and attach to each 1" bubble stone and the other end to a T connector valve.
Cut 2 pieces of tubing 6" long and connect to each 5" bubble stone and the other end to a T connector valve.
Cut 1 piece of tubing 30" long and connect to T connector valve and the other end to pump.
Cut 1 piece of tubing 30" long and connect to other T connector valve and the other end to other side of pump.
Cut tubing 8" from pump and install check valves with arrows pointing away from pump.
When ready to brew, place the 2, 1" bubble stones with worm castings in the paint strainer bag, tie the top of the bag to the T connector valve with twine, and insert hook under twine and onto the handle on bucket.
That's all there is to building this brewer. For recipes and brewing instructions you will find follow up instruction in this Blog.
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