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How to Make Worm Tea

2017-03-07T17:43:13+00:00August 11th, 2015|Gardening Tips, How-To's, Worm Tea|

We produce and promote worm tea as opposed to compost tea because it is a superior product in every way. Worm tea is made from pure worm castings whereas compost tea is made from composted materials, which can vary greatly in quality and nutritional value. Furthermore, the worm casting production method we use is uniform, producing a consistently superior casting. Thus, our worm tea always meets our high quality standards. The Benefits of [...]

Marvelous Mulch

2017-03-11T14:00:05+00:00July 21st, 2015|Gardening Tips|

Mulch is a “hot” topic. Mulch is any material used to cover the soil around plants, shrubs, and trees. Some are organic, such as pine bark, but inorganic materials, such as pebbles, can be used as well. Mulch improves the appearance of landscapes and is beneficial for plants. Why use mulch? Mulched areas attract worms. Worms will further break down the mulch, provide natural fertilizer in the form of castings, and improve the [...]

What Kind of Soil Do I Have?

2017-03-07T16:48:49+00:00July 10th, 2015|Compost and Composting, Gardening Tips, Happy Worms in Your Garden|

All Dirt Needs Worms Although adding worm castings to your planting methods is good for your plants and profitable for us, if you have a large garden, you can improve your soil on a long-term, continuous basis by letting a hard-working army of earthworms work for you. One worm can produce one-third of a pound of fertilizer a year. Multiply that by the number of earthworms, which reproduce asexually anyway, that you have in [...]