Wiggle Worm 100% Pure Organic Worm Castings – Fertilizer for Houseplants, Vegetables – OMRI-Listed Earthworm Castings to Help Improve Soil Fertility and Aeration, 15-Pounds

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PURE EARTHWORM CASTINGS – Wiggle Worm Soil Builder is pure castings, not vermicompost, because of our special manufacturing and harvesting process. It’s not uneaten worm bedding with some worm castings, so it’s pure, nutrient-rich, and mineral-dense.
IMPROVES SOIL STRUCTURE–Wiggle Worm Pure Worm Castings contain tiny, football-shaped particles that prevent packing to help improve plant soil aeration. Our soil supplement also helps improve the root’s water retention capacity.
NATURAL INSECT REPELLENT – Aside from providing nutrients to the soil, Wiggle Worm Pure Worm Castings can also help control the population of plant pests such as whiteflies, spider mites, and aphids.

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PURE EARTHWORM CASTINGS – Wiggle Worm Soil Builder is pure castings, not vermicompost, as a result of our special manufacturing and harvesting process. It’s not uneaten worm bedding with some worm castings, so it’s pure, nutrient-wealthy, and mineral-dense.
IMPROVES SOIL STRUCTURE–Wiggle Worm Pure Worm Castings contain tiny, football-shaped particles that prevent packing to lend a hand give a boost to plant soil aeration. Our soil supplement also helps give a boost to the root’s water retention capacity.
NATURAL INSECT REPELLENT – Apart from providing nutrients to the soil, Wiggle Worm Pure Worm Castings can also lend a hand regulate the population of plant pests such as whiteflies, spider mites, and aphids.
INDOOR AND OUTDOOR USE – Wiggle Worm Pure Worm Castings are great for both out of doors and indoor gardens because it’s odorless and non-toxic. Our worm castings are a very good organic fertilizer for vegetables, flowers, houseplants, and more.
EASY-TO-USE – A little goes a long way with Wiggle Worm, so a handful or half a cup is all you want. Apply our worm castings for gardening into the soil above the root zone three times a year or to the hole all through transplant or seeding.