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I do vermicomposting (worm bins) which was one of my other interests before NPT, and one thing that can happen is that vermicompost when dried are rock hard. If you dried them up and then crush them adding to your soil that maybe okay.

I don't know if there would be too much nuturients and may make your water muddy. Don't really know.
 

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For plants, worm castings tend not to burn plants.
The casting are suppose to release the nutrient slowly.
It still would be interesting what would happen.
The bacteria on the castings might not survive in the water.
I would think the castings wouldn't be much worse than the topsoil I'm using since it has a lot of decaying matter (cheap red bag from Lowes).
 
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