TLDR: Use Compost Tea- you will save more money amending your soil with so little compost requirement. But it is not simple to make tea – Be a VermiFidelis subscriber to know how.

In Part 1 we coined the word vermifidelis. I meant to refer to worms (not serpent per BingChat), in relation to the word vermiculturist. But we are not just vermiculturists; instead, we should aspire for being faithful to worms, if we want our worms to do our work – regenerate the soil.

I asked BingChat what can vermifidelis mean.

We have to familiarize ourselves everything about worms – the world they see; their miniature world. We should deep dive to their food – bacteria and composted food, their living structures, their body properties, their excretions (castings). In short their biological life and their surroundings.

“At tildeWorms, we dedicate ourselves to discovering the optimum method of growing Red Wiggler worms that also apply to many different species of earthworms. We use technology, new discoveries, and computers to assist in the progressive reproduction of worms. We believe that the most important solution to solve food hunger is to regenerate the soil – by amending it with high quality compost or tea. However, with our very long traditional method of aggressive and intensive farming, it destroyed our soil and would need massive amounts of organic composting to rejuvenate. We focus on the Red Wiggler earthworm specie; producing quantity of worms compared to the composting quality of a species such as the ‘Night Crawlers, because with the massive reproduction quality of Red Wigglers, combined with high-tech worm farming, it can outperform the night crawlers.”

We also defined the 2 types of tea – fungal- or bacteria-dominated, the types of plants each is used for, and what develops these nutrients. Not these facts are covered, Part 2 will explain how the compost or the tea is applied and how it works. We need to set your expectations when these amendments are applied.