Soil tote and tea questions

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Stoobeey

Stoobeey

I got one of those 27 gallon black totes from home Depot to store and cook my amended soil. leaving the lid cracked but not click shut is no problem do I still need to drill holes on the sides and or the bottom? I'm also keeping my bag of worm castings in it so the soil is piled up on one side.

My other question is about making tea I only make about a gallon to 2 max. I have a small 3 watt dual outlet aquarium pump that says it can do up to an 80 gallon tank. are there's two small blue air stones that came with it large enough to do a small batch of tea like I make or do I still need to get larger air stones
 
StankStirr

StankStirr

I got one of those 27 gallon black totes from home Depot to store and cook my amended soil. leaving the lid cracked but not click shut is no problem do I still need to drill holes on the sides and or the bottom? I'm also keeping my bag of worm castings in it so the soil is piled up on one side.

My other question is about making tea I only make about a gallon to 2 max. I have a small 3 watt dual outlet aquarium pump that says it can do up to an 80 gallon tank. are there's two small blue air stones that came with it large enough to do a small batch of tea like I make or do I still need to get larger air stones
You can get a 4 inch rectangular air stone for like $2 I have a similar pump that came with the tiny stones. I upgraded to the larger ones to help aerate my 5 gal buckets of rap water. Works great! I purchased a third stone to designate for brewing compost / worm teas. My worm farm has been cranking out castings like crazy!
 
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