TROUBLE IN THE CASTINGS?

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Wormcast.The hazy lazy days of Summer eh?  Turns out it pays to Google yourself now and then.  You can imagine our surprise upon finding out first ever Google review floating around the world wide web.

WE CHALLENGE THIS REVIEW AS…BOGUS!

Check it out;

6 months ago
NUH UH. within a week my compost was over run by hundreds of mites, and I kid you not, MILLIONS of these really tiny hairy mites I’ve never seen before (I looked under a microscope, NOT springtails)

DO NOT use this unsterilized vermicompost for any kind of plant you would like to survive for more than a week. And if you prefer your living space to be free of millions of pests I would recommend buying from someone who keeps their shit more clean.

Our first point is; there’s no reason to put vermicast in your compost.  Vermicast IS finished compost.
Number two, “NOT spring tails”  well, that’s good. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Springtail    Some mites are actually quite beneficial;  http://www.naturesperfectplantfood.com/2012/04/05/mites-in-the-worm-bin/
Maybe this person had spider mites?  It’s irrelevant however because….. we checked the business records and found NO SALE of castings to anyone during the time period that this review was written!  Not a giant shock in Manitoba in the middle of winter.
So, we ask our valued customers, have you ever had any trouble with our products?  If so kindly let us know through one of the many forms of communication tech available.  Here on the web page, our Face Book page or over e-mail and phone.
Everyone’s entitled to an opinion of course, but the facts just aren’t adding up here. Feel free to write up a review yourself, good or bad we want to know.

3 Responses to TROUBLE IN THE CASTINGS?

  1. Neil says:

    Did you look up dirtknees’ posts on his google profile? Tells a story.

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