Wormganix Worm castings growing is an awesome organic fertiliser addition for many types of growing media. It is a rich, earthy matter, commonly referred to as Humus or Vermicompost, created as a result of a naturally occurring earthworm process. Worm castings are a superb growing media or soil improver. It can even be made in to a compost tea for organic gardeners.
This extraordinary product is scientifically proven to have incredible benefits, including increased plant growth, soil aeration, moisture retention, natural pest resistance and protection from disease.
Wormganix Worm castings are 100% Organic and produced in the UK. The worms are fed on high quality composted bark, with nothing else added. The worms eat the organic matter and pass it through their systems to produce a rich earthy matter, commonly referred to as Humus or Vermicompost.
The only processing the castings receive are being sieved twice to ensure the finest quality worm castings on the market. This is evidenced by its light, neutral earthy odour, and dark fluffy appearance.
Wormganix Worm castings is an organic, ‘living product'. Unlike other, imported products, this is a British product and has spent less time packaged, so arrives in living condition. The castings are moist, fresh and alive with beneficial microbes, fungi and bacteria, which are vital to good plant health.
Wormganix Worm castings have a higher NPK rating than traditional compost:
Combined with the healthy mix of trace elements, this makes the perfect natural fertiliser for all plants grown indoors and outdoors.
Always mix Wormganix with your soil or compost because you are using the worm castings as a fertiliser or a soil conditioner. Using the 10% rule is a great idea with Wormganix (1-handful of Wormganix to 9-handfuls of soil or compost).
The following points give you some idea as a starting point for using Wormganix Worm Castings in a variety of common gardening circumstances.
Use Wormganix to top dress your pots. The nutrients will then leach down to the rootzone when you water the plant. A general rule is to use a small handful every month.
Mix or dig in generous handfuls around the base of plants or top dress and then repeat regularly throughout the growing season.
If sowing or planting in rows, lightly cover the entire row before covering with compost. Young plants and seedlings can then access the goodness.
Some types of vegetables prefer a side dressing. This means you dig out rows of covered worm castings adjacent to the plants.
Garden tip: Most growers use worm castings at a higher ratio in vegetable plots, up to 25% but the general advice is to use little and often.
You can line the base of your smaller pots with Wormganix or mix it into your compost. It isn't recommended to plant or sow directly into pure worm castings due to the high NPK values.
Wormganix makes a perfect compost tea to boost the soil's natural microbiome or use as a foliar spray. Making compost tea it is really simple.
Follow these instructions to make your own compost tea:
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