Ran into a guy a couple of days ago at my nursery. He was trying to set his product on the shelf of our place. When he brought out the bottle(Used 2liter) one of my eyebrows went up. It was a handrawn worm and some writing on it. He began to try to give his speal about how good it was and this and that. I could see through the water in the bottle and really felt he was doing the stuff an injustice. I began to ask him some questions about brewing, how long it had been bottled up, what he fed his worms and such and such. He kind of slinked back. I felt bad after a few minutes of talking to him cause I was in front of the owner and not making this guy look or feel real good. So I backed off and we went and talked off to the side. I really feel that more of this would be accepted in the communities if people get the right taste in there mouth for it. A bottle of watered down castings is not gonna hurt a plant. Will actually do it some good with the nutrients and all. But a batch of quality tea will make a customer beg you for some more. If a customer takes a leap of faith and listens to a crazy worm farming orgo freak and tries his stuff, and nothing really happens, then that makes me have to work all the more to educate my community because I have to restore respect and trust in the organic industry. Any way.......I guess if you are not promoting it as AACT then you are not in the wrong. But if you do not know the difference, do it make it right. this is more of a rant for conversation sake than a raising of a flag.... have at it.