Vermiculture & Compost

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Using compost in your lawn and garden will help your plants flourish.

Red Wiggler Worms
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Everything you wanted to know about composting with worms, but were afraid to ask:

Red Wiggler Worms

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Organic Fertilizers are materials derived from plant and animal parts or residues. Examples are, Blood Meal, Compost, Bat Guano, Manure, Seaweed, and Worm Castings.

Synthetic Fertilizers are “Man made” inorganic compounds - usually derived from by-products of the petroleum industry. Examples are Ammonium Nitrate, Ammonium Phosphate, Superphosphate, and Potassium Sulfate.

Plants require 13 nutrients. There are three primary macronutrients; nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K).  These nutrients are used in significant amounts by growing plants, so they must be replaced periodically to sustain productivity.

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