Our worms help us break down our compost, the result is chocolate brown gold filled with lots of beneficial microbes and nutrients ready to feed your plants and soil ecosystem.
Our composting process is closely monitored and manipulated throughout a 72 hour process. Oxygen, temperature, moisture and microscopic health is monitored throughout this time to ensure top quality and dense microbe population for maximum benefit.
Our product differs from others on the market because it is harvested on pick up day to ensure our castings stay hydrated and oxygenated. Keeping our castings alive ensures maximum survival of the living microbiology which feeds your plants and soil food chain. This also ensures worm cocoons will survive; once they hatch in your garden you'll have your own beginning of a worm colony!
Worms are a huge part of the decomposition process; breaking down large items like leaves, loosening soil while moving and depositing beneficial minerals and bacteria through their castings. These bacteria source out harmful microbes which threaten the living soil food chain and assist in plants taking up nutrients in the soil. If the castings are dried or lack oxygen, these beneficial microbes cannot exist which is why we ship fresh only. The consistency may not be what you're used to (haha) but it's what's best for your soil!
Worm castings will benefit all plants and all soil types. This material is non burning and safe for all types of sensitive plants and direct to root application. Worm castings can also benefit your potted and indoor plants giving them nutrients that won't interrupt their natural life-cycle. Cannabis grown for recreational use can benefit greatly from the addition of fresh worm castings which has been shown to increase THC levels.
Healthy, living, top quality compost is the center of our business.
Did you know compost is an unregulated product in Canada? This means almost anything can be sold as compost even if it hasn't reached the appropriate temperature, is filled with fertile weed seeds or has questionable contents.
Our compost is so densely populated with beneficial populations, even small amounts of our compost can have a huge impact. Stretch your investment- check out our Soil Solution options on how to turn 2 gal of compost into 1 acre of treatment.