Making Organic Matter for your Garden the EASY WAY - Vermi Compost
Red Wiggler Worms (Eisenia foetida) + Access to my Resource Guide: How to set-up and care for your worm bin, feeding, troubleshooting, using your castings, recipe for Compost Tea and MORE
Choose between 1 lb, 2 lb, or 5 lbs mixed with peat moss to ensure 100% live shipping
Red wigglers are the best worms for composting in an indoor worm bin (easily made out of plastic tote bins) They devour kitchen waste, leaving nutrient-rich castings behind Both the castings and compost "tea" can be used in your gardens as one of the best sources of organic matter to feed the microbes
Did you know - less than 2.5% Organic Matter and microbes are literally starving to death! To find out your percentages - test your soil (usually offered by your state extension office for under $25)
How much will 1,000 composting worms create for me? 1,000 count of Red composting worms can create between 8 and 16 ounces of compost per day. These worms double in population every three months, so as your worm population grows, the amount of castings that they can create will grow as well. A year from introducing your 1,000 composting worms into your bin, you should have 16,000 composting worms, which will create 8-16 pounds of compost per day!
Easy no-fail composting method that even the kids will enjoy - Fun project for the classroom!
US SHIPPING ONLY - (due to restriction unfortunately cannot ship to HI) USPS 2-3 Day priority mail, please allow 2 weeks for delivery Shipping is on Mondays to ensure arrival before the weekend *Extreme temperatures in your area? Chance of not being home for delivery? We can have your package held at your local USPS Post Office -
Our Guarantee - 99% of our orders reach their destination without fail. We ALWAYS guarantee a live delivery, so if there are any delays or other issues while in transit, we have you covered with a free reshipment of worms. *You MUST CONTACT ME within 24 hours of receiving if any problems
Upon arrival - Please place them into the worm bin as soon as possible. Worms require a moist and dark environment with plenty of organic matter to eat. Optimal temperature range is 60 to 70 degrees F
Scientific Research from Cornell University on Vermi Compost suppressing plant disease