Organic Worm Castings Fertilizer
Ideal For: Bolstering foliage production and rate of plant growth in a short amount of time due to Worm Casting fertilizer being predominantly water soluble.
Tip: Mix with our Jobe’s Organics Vegetable & Tomato Fertilizer to also promote better fruit production and root/stem strength.
Worm Castings Fertilizer Details
- Bag Size & Application: 4.5 lbs, ~17 cups. (Ideal for fully dressing a 4×4 growing area)
- About: Wiggle Worm Soil Builder™ Pure Earthworm Castings Organic Fertilizer is an all purpose natural fertilizer that comes to you straight from nature with no alterations whatsoever. Their night crawlers are fed a very rich organic material which contains a wide variety of minerals and trace elements. The earthworms digest this material and in its’ passage through the worm, it is beneficially altered both chemically and physically. The end product is “super humus” an extremely fertile organic fertilizer.
- Fast Absorption: Pure Earthworm castings contain rich proportions of water soluble nutrients. Due to being water soluble, nutrition from worm castings is quickly and easily absorbed by plants providing a quicker result for your garden.
- Directions for Use:
Line bottom and sides of plant holes and seed furrows with 1″-2″ of Wiggle Worm Soil Builder™ Earthworm castings. Set seeds or plants in place and cover with soil. Side dress during growing seasons at a rate of 1/2 cup per plant or 1 cup per linear foot of row once every 2 months.
- Transplants: Place 1/2 handful into hole. Add plant and fill hole with soil.
NPK Analysis: 1-0-0. | 1% Nitrogen. 0% Phosphorous. 0% Potassium. Additional Nutrients: 1% Calcium. .2% Iron.
- Nitrogen (N) Nitrogen is largely responsible for the growth of strong, healthy plant foliage.
- Phosphorus (P) – Phosphorus is largely responsible for strong root growth and vibrant flower and fruit development.
- Potassium (K) – Potassium helps plants grow strong stems. Aids in water movement, producing sweeter, tastier fruits and more robust blooms.
- Calcium (Ca) – Responsible for cell wall strength in plants. When calcium is deficient, new tissue such as root tips and young leaves often exhibit distorted growth.
- Iron (Fe) – Essential for chlorophyll formation. Plants with an iron deficiency, or chlorosis, show a sickly yellow color to their leaves.