Worm Poop #004
Why We Love It
Features to Know About
Supplies You'll Need
|Proprietary ‘seed quilts’ made from coconut fiber
|Virgin fluff fibers produced from non-chlorine bleached spruce wood
|Includes a light
|2 varieties - varies
|3 varieties Red Cabbage, Radish and Mustard
|4 varieties. Radish, Arugula, Beets and Tatsoi
|4 varieties. Arugula, Beets, Komatsuna and Radish
|6 varieties. Radish, Kale, Rainbow Mix, Mustard, Spicy Mix and Broccoli
|USDA Organic Seeds?
|Some, not all
|1 x Large
|3 x Medium
|1 x Medium/Large
|1 x Small
|1 x Medium
|3 x Small
|20W / 40W
|16W / 32W
|Small: 23.7 μmol/sec; Large: 42 μmol/sec
|1.05 - 1.2
|Hanging from wall or ceiling
|Inside a pendant or desk lamp
|Under cabinet or on a wall
|Under cabinet, wall or vertically
|Inside a pendant or desk lamp
|Houseplants, Herbs, Leafy Greens
|Small herbs, seed starting
|$$ - $$$$
What are the benefits of the Worm Poop?
Best used for?
How good are your worm castings?
Ive been using worm castings for several years now. I am no plant expert and most of the time my plants are seriously neglected, but this stuff keeps them thriving. I have seen worm castings do some crazy stuff to my plants. Taking a weak little plant and turning it into a flourishing one. Once, I had a crown of thorns that produced double headed flowers. My aloe plant and pathos are in love with this fertilizer, as well. My aloe was once struggling, now it is falling over it has produced so much!I have tried other fertilizers. The name brand Miracle Grows, etc. They are all not as good as natural worm castings. I promise you. I know you doubt that and want to go for a name you are familiar with but it will never be as good as worm castings.This is a nice product. It seems to be the same consistency as all the other worm castings I have used over the years. It takes time to see if the product is working well, but based on the products texture, consistency and feel, I believe my plants will be thriving again in no time.My advice is to use 1-2 tablespoons per 6 inch pot. I have no clue if that is accurate but thatâ€™s about what I use. I just sprinkle it on the top and give the plant a good drink. I do this every 3-4 months. I know you will think you need alot. I did when I first started using worm castings, too. But, I am telling you, you donâ€™t need much at all and that is what is perfect about worm castings. A little bit goes along way. One of these bags will last me an entire year and I have about 7 plants.10/10 recommend to everyone. Will get again and will gift. Donâ€™t doubt it, just try it.
Unsure yet how effective this is. The shipping took a while and I just recently received the product. Applied to several potted plants that are overwintering in the house. The castings are dry and clean of any debree, well-packaged. Unknown how long it's been since harvesting but seems to be good quality overall. I will return and update if I notice any positive or negative, or neutral for that matter, effect on the plants.
I had to laugh when I saw the name on this product! But what could be a more natural way to build soil for growing healthy plants? I've used it to start some marigolds from seed. I will update this review once I see how well it works. I've had issues before with marigolds not being resistant to weather changes, especially heavy rain, and am hoping this can help.