WORM CASTINGS IN THE GARDEN

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worm castingsWith gardening season in full swing it’s time to feed your plants and condition your soil.  There’s no better way than adding vermicast to your plans.  Worm castings as we know are the end product of composting with worms, they have a 40% higher Humus content than standard compost and act as a slow release fertilizer.  Extremely versatile you can never use too much vermicast and even a little goes a long way. If you are planting seedlings you can boost their growth by popping them in a little pile of castings.  The castings will feed the plants and add beneficial biota to the immediate area.  Likewise placing casting underneath seeds will ensure a healthy start.  Once your gardens up and growing you can make a simple worm casting tea that will feed and water, plus the “good” bacteria in the tea can boost the plants immune functions to protect it from disease.  As a soil conditioner castings can’t fail, the biota in our vermicompost will help the existing decomposers in your soil to build new soil.  We can’t say enough good things about our product but don’t take our word for it…. try them yourselves.  Our half price sale is on to till the end of June, drop us a line right here through the contact sheet on the web page, we’ll get you hooked up with the best worm cast going.

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