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Once upon a time, you fell in love with growing plants organically.

Things were quite extraordinary, and you wondered, can I grow even larger, healthier plants organically?
How can I grow...

Faster Crops:

  • Worm castings perform mineralization in the soil, produce plant growth-promoting hormones, and convert complex chemical compounds into simpler forms that the plants easily consume.

Larger Yields:

A soil fed with nutrients in plant-available forms will produce larger yields. Scientific research has shown that the addition of 25 - 30% worm castings could increase:

  • Commercial Yield: 26%

  • Shoot Biomass: 78%

  • Root Biomass: 78%

  • Total Biomass: 13%

Faster Crops
Eco Friendly

Reduced Water:

  • Worm castings are a spongy, wet, and saturated substance that acts as a mulch to conserve soil moisture, reducing water evaporation losses and frequent irrigations.

Improved Aeration:

  • Worm castings mixed into the soil loosens the tightly bound soil particles, allowing the roots to penetrate deeper and spread freely, improving soil aeration.

Enhanced Plant Health:

  • Worm castings are a source of primary and secondary plant nutrients, contain growth-promoting hormones, and indirectly improves soil and plant health.

Natural Defense:

  • Worm castings contain phenolic acids that discourage the pest insect population and gradually eliminates them by developing the soil's natural fertility.

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Macronutrients:

  • Worm castings contain nitrate, exchangeable P, and soluble K, the most critical elements required for optimum plant growth.

Micronutrients:

  • An earthworm’s diet and species decide the amount and type of micronutrients they add to the soil. However, worm castings are an excellent Fe, Zn, Ca, Cu, and Mg source.

Odor-Free:

  • One of the additional advantages of worm castings is that they will not smell bad. Instead, it gives an earthy, wet soil-like odor.

Burn Proof:

  • Unlike synthetic fertilizers, worm castings are entirely safe to touch, smell, handle and use.

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Pet Friendly:

  • Worm castings are pet-friendly, soil friendly, and environment friendly too.

All Natural:

  • Earthworms feed upon the natural/organic waste and excrete the castings used as organic fertilizer - from production to utilization, each step is chemical-free.

Worm Castings

Earthworms feed upon organic matter, food waste, leaf litter, and expel tiny round balls or pellets, called worm castings. You can say that worm castings are actually worm poop! The compost prepared by earthworms is called vermicompost.

How To Use Worm Castings:
 

  • Potting Mixes/Seed Flats — Mix 1 part worm castings to 3 parts potting mix.

  • Potted House Plants — Top dress 1/2 to 1 inch of castings around established plants and scratch into the soil every 2 - 3 months.

  • 1/2 cup for every 12-inch pot.

  • Flower Beds, Shrubs, Roses, Vegetables — Top dress with 1 to 3 inches of worm castings and incorporate into the soil with a fork, spade, or by hand.

  • New Lawns — Apply 10 pounds to 100 square feet. Work lightly into the topsoil.

  • Established Lawns and Greens — Top dress at 4 pounds to 100 square feet.

  • Perennials — Top dress 1 to 3 inches in spring, early summer, and fall.

  • All fruits and vegetables apply every 30 days.

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