Humus tea, as I know it....from reading about worm castings. You pour water into your composter and retrieve the tea when it drains out.
The water then holds beneficial bacteria which gets transferred to your soil. Said to have little or no npk value, the tea, rather, the bacteria in the tea, assist the roots in utilizing fertilizers. It keeps the soil healthy, alive.
But I'd love to hear the Dominican brew.....
Thanks for the reply. I heard of guys making a tea (worm pee) comming
from winkler worm farms. They dilute this with water and have excellent results on any plant, veggies or trees. Thus humus tea is just water mixed with compost and drained.