Rabbit Hill Farm Worm Castings

$ 19.35

Use worm castings to boost beneficial microbial life in soils and to add nutrients and trace minerals. Worms castings also improve the texture of soil for better aeration.

-Potted plants, new: Use 1 part worm castings to 3 parts potting soil.
-Potted plants, established: Add 1 to 2 inches of worm castings to top of soil, mix, and water. Repeat every 2 to 3 months.
-Roses, trees, shrubs, berries, new or transplanted: Mix 1 part worm castings with 2 parts soil. Then surround hole with mix, spread roots over a mound of mix, and cover.
-Roses, established: Mix 4 cups of worm castings into soil over root zone of plant.
-Perennials: work 1/2 cup into soil above root zone in early spring, early summer, and early fall.
-Vegetables and annual flowers: Line holes and seed row with 1 to 2 inches of worm castings, set seeds or plants in place, and cover with soil. Side dress during growing season with 1/2 cup/linear ft. of row every 2 months.
-Casting tea: Soak 1 part worm castings in 3 parts water for 24 hrs. Water as usual.

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