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It is recommended to use worm castings at a maximum rate of 25 % by volume. Worm castings can be used for the cultivation, nurturing, lawn planting and maintenance of all vegetable, fruit, flower and ornamental crops, except for crops requiring lime-avoiding, acidic soil and crops that are particularly sensitive to salt.Suggested use:For balcony, potted, container or seedling growing, 1 litre of humus to 3 litres of soil.For growing vegetables, flowers and ornamental plants in the open air, 1,5-2,5 l/m2 should be worked shallowly into the soil.For planting fruit trees, 3-6 l/ha mixed into the soil of the planting hole, for maintenance, 1,5-4 l/ha/year worked into the soil of the crown pond.When planting vines, 1,5-3l/plant mixed into the soil of the planting hole, for maintenance 0,7-1l/ha/year mixed into the rows.When planting ornamental trees and shrubs, mix 3-5 l/planting hole into the soil of the hole, for maintenance mix 1-2 l/tree or shrub/year shallowly into the soil.For lawns, mix 1,5-2l/m2 into the topsoil, for maintenance in spring and late summer, spread 0,6-1l/m2 and sprinkle with rain.
Use as a foliar fertiliser:An aqueous solution of wormwood can be used very effectively as a foliar fertiliser by spraying or watering on the soil.This can be prepared by suspending wormwood in rainwater in a 400 micron filter bag at a ratio of 20:1 and aerating intensively for 24 hours, preferably at 20°C, for a period of 24 hours.
This can be prepared by suspending worm castings in a 400 micron filter bag in precipitation water at a ratio of 20:1 and intensively aerating for 24 hours, preferably at 20°C, taking care not to sediment the leachate. The resulting solution should be extracted within 12-24 hours.
Repeat every 10 to 14 days during the growing period.