Yesterday we mastered getting worm wee into our moveable watertank. Worm wee is the result of water flushing through our worm farm. The worms live in elevated baths filled with food scraps, coffee grounds and cow manure. They seem to thrive and rain water drips through, taking microbes and nutrients in solution, captured in buckets under the bath drain. We then dilute the wee to one in 20 and spray it out on the garlic crop. One son used his fire brigade training to fathom the workings of the fire pump and next minute we were watering the garlic with microbe rich water. Interestingly, this year we soaked some cloves in worm wee prior to planting. The soaked cloves seem to be growing bigger and more vigorously than their peers. Will be great to see how these bulbs get on.