Why Worms……Why Not?

Worms (red wigglers) do such an amazing job breaking down our kitchen scraps and excessive yard waste. They eat our garbage and turn it into wonderful compost by turning the waste into worm castings that become a highly active biological mass of beneficial microorganisms and nutrients ready to nourish plants and soil for up to 5 years. This is a great way to divert organic waste into a reusable form and keep it out of the landfills. Organic soil amendment with no chemicals, great way to garden and best of all it is safe to use around children and pets.  What is an Aphids worst nightmare?   (answer: Aerated Worm Tea)



Our VERMICOMPOST  a mixture of worm castings and organic material in various stages of decomposition that has been digested by our Red Wigglers. We feed our workers a diet of veggies, fruits, coffee, tea, newspaper, sawdust, toilet paper cores, leaves, worn out plant matter including a small amount of vegetarian animal manure. This food travels through the digestive track of the worm and becomes a highly active biological mass of active beneficial microorganisms containing Nitrogen, Potassium, Phosphorus, Calcium and Magnesium which are readily available to nourish the plant in its slow release encapsulated form nourishing the soil up to 5 years.

        Benefits of Vermicompost
             ⇒ Improves Soil Quality
             ⇒ Controls many Plant Pathogens
             ⇒ Worm Eggs/Cocoons are included
             ⇒ pH level of '7'
             ⇒ Increases Water Retention
             ⇒ Safe to use around Children and Pets
Our Aerated WORM TEA is a "cold brewed", water extract of compost produced during a 24 hr aeration cycle. The microbes extracted from the vermicompost contain a large diversity of bacteria, fungi, protozoa and nematodes that will bind and glue themselves to plant surfaces and soil.
             ⇒ Microbes Eat Aphids
             ⇒ Microbes Occupy Infection/damaged Areas Helping to Prevent Attack by Pathogens
             ⇒ Soil Structure Is Improved
             ⇒ Water Retention in Soil is Improved
             ⇒ Rooting Depth is Increased
             ⇒ Nutritional Quality of Plant Produce is Enhanced
'Insect pests, diseases and weeds are the result of unbalanced soils, not a lack of chemicals.'   -Arden Anderson