Earthworm Castings - Natural Soil Amendment




***NOTICE*** Earthworm casting does NOT qualify for overnight deliveries. All orders of Earthworm casting only qualify for FREE STANDARD SHIPPING!

If you place an order of Earthworm casting + other beneficial insects, then your order of Earthworm casting will ship separately with FREE standard shipping.

The free standard shipping offer ONLY applies to EARTHWORM CASTING.

Earthworms feed on soil and decomposing organic matter. As soil and organic matter pass through the worm, it transforms into a neutralized and odorless “NATURAL” soil amendment. Castings improve aeration of the soil which allows for strong and vigorous root systems. Earthworm Castings can be used indoors and outdoors.

This odorless and non-toxic soil builder is ideal for:

• Seed Flats
• Houseplants
• Annual flowers
• African Violets
• Ornamental Shrubs
• Cacti
• Trees & Fruit Trees
• Roses
• Perennials
• Lawns
• Succulents
• Vegetables
• Berries
• Palms
• Ferns

Worm Casting Release: • Non-toxic, completely safe, 100% organic odorless excrement of the earthworm. Will not burn when applied directly to plants. Can be used indoors as well as outdoors. • Enriches and conditions and helps plants thrive. Also provides perfect PH levels - average PH of 6.5 to 6.8. Consists of thousands of torpedo like pellets that resist compaction, keep the soil loose, and hold moisture in the root zone while allowing extra moisture to drain away. • Worm castings are water-soluble which makes the nutrients available immediately for plant consumption. • Soak 1 part casting in 3 part water for 24 hours or more mixing several times. (Use with 1lb. Box only).

For House Plants and Seed Starts: Mix 10-15% castings with potting soil. Castings may also be worked into the top layer of potted plants, taking care not to damage roots.

For Garden Starts: Line seed furrows with a thin layer of worm castings, or place a few tablespoons beneath each transplant.

For Garden Soil Enhancement: Gently work the castings into the topsoil or sprinkle castings over soil and cover with mulch and then water.