Worm Castings Contain:

– A neutral pH of 7 no matter what the diet of the worm.(“If you are looking for worms, you are in the right place!” http://members.tripod.com/-wormigrow/)

– Beneficial bacteria, plant growth hormones, vitamins, enzymes, amino acids, selenium, organic carbon.

– 5 times the available nitrogen, 7 times the available potash, and 11/2 times the available calcium than found in good top soil. (“Earthworms as a natural resource” Chapman, Ingrid.)

– Humic acid: which is a beneficial fungal activator.

– Fulvic acid: which is a beneficial bacteria activator.

– Auxins: which is an organic substance characterised by its ability to promote growth, particularly in roots. It is an active ingredient in rooting compounds.

– Not a single trace of E.coli, salmonella or other pathogens as they are destroyed due to the competition from the active micro flora and intestinal secretions. Most of our

human pathogens are anaerobic and cannot survive in the aerobic environment created by worms.

– A “slow release” quality. After digestion, the undigested material moves through the alimentary canal of the worm, a thin layer  of oil is deposited on the castings. This

layer erodes over  a period of 2 months. So although the plant nutrients are immediately available, they are slowly released to last longer. (“If you are looking for worms,

you are in the right place”  http://members.tripod.com/-wormigrow/)


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