What Doo We Doo?
We raise the finest worms to make the finest earthworm poopoo on earth. We feed our worms an organic blend of grains guaranteeing our product quality and consistency month after month, year after year. We have pure castings that have been multi-screened to create a natural growth enhancer for any plant to thrive.
Earthworm PooPoo (Castings) - Look What I Can Doo:
- I doo revive worn out soil
- I doo add humus to the soil to nourish it and help retain moisture
- I doo reduce chemical dependency for fertilizer
- I doo release my nutrients slowly over several weeks
- I doo regulate soil ph
- I doo loosen soil and cannot burn plants
- I doo have an odor eliminating quality
How Doo We Doo It?
We start with virgin peat that has no clay or sand and is high in organic matter. Our night-crawlers are fed a very rich organic material. Then nature takes its course. The end product is super poopoo-extremely fertile organic soil amendment. Because of our harvest and production approach, we have pure earthworm castings free from stones and other foreign materials.
Our multi-screening method keeps the castings PURE. Farmer Brown's Earthworm Poopoo yields exceptional results above traditional fertilization processes for all plants. Our earthworm castings are odorless and do not burn.
Earthworm Castings Little Known Facts
Gardeners have known for years that adding compost and manure to their soil results in better plants. Many folks are not fully aware of the reasons for the improvements. One of the major insights to the superior outcome is that all of the decomposing organic materials mixed into the soil create an atmosphere that worms are extremely attracted to. Drawing additional worms to your garden increases aeration of soil, and at the same time, the smorgasbord of decaying matter is devoured and deposited in the form of earthworm castings. After this material passes through the earthworm's digestive system, the nutrients that are found in these fertile earthworm castings are changed into a form that is much more available to plants.
The ceaseless contributions of the earthworm have not gone totally unrecognized though. Back in the days of ancient Egypt, Cleopatra named the worm "a sacred creature", whose removal from Egypt was punishable by death. Rightfully so, because the Nile Valley is said to be the most fertile tract of land on earth and it is literally one vast bed of earthworm soil. Aristotle had called them the intestines of the earth. Charles Darwin, after forty years of studying them, said that it is likely that worms are the most important creatures on earth.
Why the excitement over earthworm castings? Research shows that compared to the soil itself, earthworm castings are definitely higher in organic matter, available phosphorus and potassium, pH and percentage base saturation and cation exchange capacity. In other words, earthworm castings are an odorless means to condition your soil and an organic and natural way to provide your plants with the nutrients they need, when they need them. Scientists have shown that earthworm castings work extremely well in promoting lush plant growth, but to this day, they still are not exactly sure why earthworm castings work as well as they do. It just goes to show that Mother Nature knows best.