“To Form A Blood Bond”
Featuring Mr. Natural – Sandy Asbill
Earthworm Castings, Hen Manure Compost, and Support Products
Mr. Natural Worm Castings are produced naturally by earthworms. Castings are Mother Nature’s purest form of a sustained release plant food. The worms are fed a special peat, which contains a wide variety of minerals and trace elements. The end product is “super humus”, an extremely fertile topsoil containing all the elements required for optimum plant nutrition.
The many benefits of worm castings include:
- Improved Growth: Extensive university testing has been performed by Ohio State, Cornell University, and UC Davis, to prove the results with worm castings. These tests have shown improved flower size, bloom quantity, and color. Fruit and vegetable tests have resulted in yield improvements from 15% to 57% as well as improvements in taste and appearance.
- 100% Organic: This product comes straight from nature with no alterations whatsoever.
- Increased Drought Resistance: Watering can be reduced up to 50%
- Non-Toxic: Safe for children and pets. No ground water contamination.
- Won’t Burn: Without the salts found in synthetic fertilizers, worm castings will not burn even the most delicate plants.
- Odor Free / Odor Elimination: No manure odor. Worm castings have the fragrance of rich healthy soil. Worm castings are very quickly eective at odor elimination. Testing has shown that a 20% mix of worm castings with conventional manure or compost will eliminate all objectionable odors within 8 hours.
- Repels Pests: Recent studies have shown that applying worm castings to the soil around plants increases the production of a certain enzyme that is oensive to insects that feed on plant juices, including white ies, aphids, and spider mites.
- Suppresses Fungal Diseases: Research has demonstrated that worm castings can suppress fungal disease and aid in disease prevention on plants where disease pressure is great.
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This is the Hydroseeder (with two ‘guns’) that I use to spray a slurry mix of compost and other materials on pastures, lawns, orchards, and gardens.