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Worm Cast

Worm Cast

You are welcome to visit the worm farm to find out more. Worm casts are known by discerning gardeners as 'black gold'. They are a completely organic soil conditioner produced by worms as food passes through their gullet. Worm casts are stuffed full of nutrients in a form that is readily available to plants and they are teeming with beneficial bacteria
 
Advantages of using our worm casts as a fertiliser:
  • optimum levels of trace elements, enzymes and minerals
  • 5 times richer in available nitrogen, 7 times more phosphates and 11 times more potash than the upper 6 inches of topsoil
  • bacteria in the worms digestive tract synthesise a whole series of biologically active substances including plant growth regulators and hormones which stimulate plant growth and development
  • improves germination and fertility and increases yield
  • reduce the need for watering because they are so fine they improve the aeration and water holding capacity of the soil
  • delicate plant roots find them easy to penetrate as they search for food and water
  • teeming with good bacteria that confer plants with a natural resistance to many pests and diseases
 
 
 
 

 

Worm Grub

Worm Grub

This is a specially formulated mix containing all worms need to grow fit and healthy. It contains mixed cereals including mixed cereals, oil, protein, fibre, ash, sunflower seeds, sugar beet as well as minerals, vitamins and trace elements; ground to a consistency that is easy for the worms to eat and digest. Read More Instructions for use: 1. Regular maintenance of your wormery. Sprinkle a thin layer over the surface of the wormery once a week. It is important to keep the layer thin otherwise the worm grub clumps and is not as easy for the worms to eat. 2. To rescue a wormery that is not thriving. Sometimes wormeries don’t function very well and worms die off. If your worm population is looking a bit depleted lift out any decaying food and sprinkle a thin layer of worm grub over the surface. This should be repeated as soon as the worms have eaten the grub which they usually do in a day or two. Carry on for a couple of weeks, during this time do not add any food waste. This should restore your worms to their previous state of health and you can start adding food again. 3. To fatten your worms if they have become skinny over winter or if you are planning a fishing trip follow guideline number 2. Please get in touch if you have any queries

 
 
 

 
 
 

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