GARDEN BENEFITS

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Planting
Black Soil

WHY USE WORM CASTINGS?

1. Plants grow faster.

2. Promotes soil aeration.

3. Water retention.

4. All natural.

5. No heavy metals.

6. Burn proof.

7. Natural pesticide.

8. Increased yield.

9. Increased bloom production.

HOW TO USE WORM CASTINGS.

* As a soil amendment

* As potting soil

* As a seed starter

* As a fertilizer

* As a top dressing

* To revitalize lagging house plants

* To make worm casting tea

WORM CASTINGS ARE FOOL PROOF!

With worm castings all the necessary healthy nutrients that plants require are water soluble and can be absorbed right away.  You also don't have to worry about adding too much worm casting material to the soil. It will never burn the roots of your plants or flowers. Worm castings are safe to use all year round, even during the heat of the summer.

 
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Who We Are

Dirty Chicks Worm Castings was formed by two neighboring friends, Maryann & Lisa,  who were presented with the opportunity to supply high quality organic , locally sourced worm castings to the public. Maryann, a Master Gardener for over 20 years, has been using these worm castings for the past 3+ years with amazing results.  Located in the Midlands South Carolina, Dirty Chicks Worm Castings is able to provide affordable 30 lb. +/- bags of worm castings for all your gardening & landscaping needs.

 

HOW TO USE WORM CASTINGS

HOW MUCH?

Depending on what you're trying to accomplish, there are different ways to apply worm castings.

*If starting from scratch, just mix it into your existing soil.  This works great for raised beds or some kind of planter where you're filling the whole thing with soil anyway.  Using a ratio of 1 part casting to 4 parts of soil is a good starting place.

Hands in the Soil
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CERTIFIED SC PRODUCT!

Dirty Chicks Worm Castings are a Certified South Carolina Product approved by the SC Department of Agriculture.

RAISED BEDS
PLANTERS
LAWNS & LANDSCAPES

Unlike synthetic fertilizers or animal manure, worm castings won't burn plant roots.  They contain microorganisms that support healthy soil.  They also discourage root rot and other plant diseases as well as provide natural resistance to pests including aphids, mealybugs and mites.

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