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Organic Worm Poop Fertilizer

Regular Price: $19.99

This comes in a 5 pound bag. For many people, worm poop is not something they would ever imagine themselves doing in a lifetime. Gardeners are a breed apart though - we know wormcastings are a high quality, organic soil additive that provides extremely rich nutrients to plants.

These high quality wormcastings come from healthy, well fed worms. The worms are fed five kinds of manure, peanut hulls, oak leaves, humate and more that creates this excellent compost.

Do you want an endless supply of worm castings? Take a look at the Cedar Red Worm Vermicomposting Box.

These wormcastings are ideal for potting, planting and general soil enhancement, and won't burn or harm your plants.

If your lawn and/or garden needs a boost, these wormcastings are a simple way to get rich, organic nutrients to your plants to make them healthier.

Application rates:
  • POTTED PLANTS-NEW: Use 1 part wormcastings to 3 parts soil.

  • POTTED PLANTS-ESTABLISHED: Add 1” to 2” of wormcastings to top of soil; mix, water, repeat every 2 - 3 months.

  • ROSES, TREES, SHRUBS, & BERRIES-NEW OR TRANSPLANTED: Mix 1 part wormcastings to 2 parts soil, surround hole with mixture. Spread roots over a mound of the mix and cover.

  • ROSES-ESTABLISHED: Mix 4 cups wormcastings into soil over root zone of plant.

  • PERENNIALS: Work 1/2 cup into the soil above the root zone. Apply in spring, early summer, and fall.

  • VEGETABLES & ANNUAL FLOWERS: Line holes & seed furrows with 1” to 2” of wormcastings, set seeds or plants in place, cover with soil. Side dress during growing season at a rate of 1/2 cup per linear foot of row once every 2 months.

  • CASTING TEA: Soak 1 part wormcastings in 3 parts water for 12-24 hours. Mix and water as usual. Wormcasting Tea is excellent for fruiting, flowering, and difficult to access plants.
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