Worm Power .3lbs

Worm Power Organic Plant Food is an organic fertilizer made by millions of earthworms in a state-of-the-art facility in New York’s Finger Lakes region. Completely natural, university tested, and accepted by professional growers and home gardeners alike, Worm Power truly stands out among organic fertilizers.
$3.99
In stock
SKU
P112

NATURE'S ORIGINAL FERTILIZER... FOR TODAY'S ORGANIC GARDENS.

Earthworms have worked the soil for millennia, processing organic matter and making nutrients available to plants. At the nationally recognized Worm Power facility, manure from a fifth-generation family dairy is converted into premium-quality vermicompost. When blended with germination mix or potting mix, used as a transplant fertilizer, or used as a top dressing for houseplants or garden beds, Worm Power enhances soil and improves plant growth... naturally.

Studies at Cornell University and Cal Poly, among others, show that 100% organic Worm Power helps you grow stronger, healthier and more vigorous plants-from the garden or greenhouse to the field or vineyard. The research also shows that the results stem from the stronger biological, chemical and physical properties that Worm Power creates in the soil that your plants grow in.

1-pound bag are an excellent size for patio gardeners, or those with small garden beds and indoor plants. Each contains enough Worm Power to transplant or feed up to 32 plants (1-lb bag) growing in 4" to 1 gallon containers. Add to your germinating mix, seed starting mix, or potting mix. Use in raised beds, or to top-dress your plants. Worm Power will help lessen transplant shock and expand the root zone during critical growth stages. Worm Power creates a robust soil ecosystem enhancing your plants vigor and Growth!</p>

  • Feed your plants all season long
  • Long-term soil health • Odorless & easy to handle
  • For patio pots, garden & yard
  • Award-winning facility
  • Safe for kids, pets, and you!

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