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Worm Castings Nurturing Nature 20L


Nurturing Nature Organic Worm Castings are the odorless, natural manure of the earthworm
Completely non-toxic and safe around children & pets.
• Reconditions and adds essential nutrients and beneficial life to the soil
• Stimulates roots, resulting in faster germination
• Will not ‘shock’ or burn even the most delicate plants
• Provides continuous release and long lasting enrichment
• Increases vegetable yields & blooms
• Enhances moisture retention and aeration
• Increases resistance to disease, fungus & harmful insects
• Outperforms most commercial fertilizers
Use to enrich soil for indoor plants, container plants, flowerbeds, rose gardens, vegetable gardens, bedding plants, trees & shrubs, or top dressing for existing lawns.
Application Rates: Unlike other manures, hot composts, soil amendments and fertilizers, worm castings will not burn your plants. Application of greater quantities than listed below will do no harm.
For indoor or outdoor potted plants: add a few tablespoons of castings around the top of each plant every four to six weeks. Water thoroughly.
For re-potting: blend a mixture of approximately 10% – 20% worm castings with the new potting soil. Use a little extra at the base of the roots. Leave some room at the top of the soil to sprinkle an additional few tablespoons of castings. Water thoroughly.
For bedding plants: generously sprinkle worm castings in the hole before inserting the plant.
For established garden plants: lightly dig worm castings around the plants or sprinkle generously around the plants and garden and allow castings to soak in with watering.
For trees and shrubs: sprinkle generously around the base of the plant or rake into the soil or lawn. Allow castings to soak in with watering.
• For Large Garden or Commercial Agriculture Crops: For large agricultural operations, or to create a foliar spray for leaf ailments, it may be best to brew a “casting tea”. The tea can be used both as a soil drench or a foliar spray. Obtain approval from your certifier if you plan to use worm tea in certified organic crop production.