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It never rains in Southern California...

Post  songstriss on 8/1/2012, 8:36 pm

Ok we get rain maybe 3 or 4 times a year. Wouldn't you know within hours of spraying all my veggie leaves with my first homemade worm casting tea it poured! Does that mean I need to do it again? The last batch I made only got as far as spraying all the leaves so I made another batch to water the plants with. How much do you water each plant with? What a Face
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Re: It never rains in Southern California...

Post  Chopper on 8/1/2012, 8:40 pm

I was getting flash flood warnings on my cell phone so I knew it was raining somewhere, now I know where - on your garden. Haven't seen a drop here.

If you were doing a foliar feed then yes, you have to do it again! Dang!

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Re: It never rains in Southern California...

Post  songstriss on 8/1/2012, 8:42 pm

Well maybe some of it washed into the soil! One can only hope!
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Re: It never rains in Southern California...

Post  GWN on 8/1/2012, 10:51 pm

Well to look on the good side.... Smile Now that it has rained, you have 3 months to get that compost tea on your plants, and LOTS of time for the plant to soak it up.
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