Sounds as if you are on your way
I would suggest checking your moisture level as the liquid coming out of the little spigot on the bottom is not worm tea but rather leachate.
Leachate is formed when the moisture levels are to high.
Be careful when adding leachate to your plants as many times the PH and other factors can be more harmful to your plants than good. This is why I have not carried any worm farms with the spigots on them at Organic Worm Farm
, since they misinform the general public.
Worm tea is actually made from worm castings, not vermiculture, and molasses which are aerated for 24 to 48 hours. This permits the microorganisms to grow exponentially. This is why buying bottled worm tea is not good either since the microorganisms begin to die as soon as the aeration stops. Then once you place in a bottle and cap off, hence eliminating any oxygen, the microorganisms begin to die off swiftly.
If worm tea is left uncapped it can be good for 24 hours or so, however the quicker you apply the better.
By the way, if you have any photos let us know as I am sure others would like to see your farm in action. I do not use them as our farm is large... I do experiment with bins in my garage though!
Added some worm castings to the seeds... 6 day old seedling... notice the massive root system on the young plant
Thanks for posting,