All About Worm Castings

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I am so excited to share with you this multi section interview with Jerry Schiller.  Jerry raises worms!  He feeds them, cares for them, and knows all about the benefits of gardening with live Red Wigglers and the worm castings they produce.

Worm castings are my greatest “secret weapon” to growing healthy, vibrant basil plants as well as healthy and fantastic looking vegetables.  Worm castings almost guarantee a healthy start to your new plants.  In test after test, the plants I have used worm castings on are much healthier and vibrant than the plants which did not get the ‘magical’ worm casting treatment.

It’s nature’s natural Superfood!

Every single basil gardener and home vegetable gardener should listen to every word of these interviews and get some worm castings of your own.  What a great natural product to enhance your natural gardening efforts.

As you click on the links below, I’m sure you will also learn  to love and appreciate the magic of the lowly earthworm and the absolute miracle of nature created by the earthworm though worm castings.

In this section we are actually interviewing at a worm farm and you are not going to believe all of the information we are going be to sharing with you!  It is totally fantastic!

Enjoy the interview, you can either click on the hyperlinks, or if you go back up to the tab, you can actually select the separate interviews from the drop down menu, which shows you the different sections.

You can purchase Worm Castings from Ramona’s Basil Garden Gifts… Click on the picture or this hyperlink:  Worm Castings


Your Basil Plants Love Worms and Worm Castings,
I’m Ramona Werst
I hope you enjoy all of the benefits of worms and worm castings….

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

EllieNo Gravatar October 12, 2010 at 2:50 pm

Help! I couldn’t open any of the worm subjects listed.


RamonaNo Gravatar October 12, 2010 at 4:51 pm

This is a new section and as I post the subjects you will see a hyperlink. I have posted the Introduction to Jerry Schiller today! Thank you for your comments, I will post as fast as possible.


Stock Photo LivingNo Gravatar November 26, 2010 at 5:24 am

Hi, my sister recommended this blog. I like what I see so far, but I will have to check back a few more times before I put it in my daily bloglist.


Andres TetterNo Gravatar January 24, 2011 at 9:57 am

This is such a great post on worm castings. They are a great fertilizer for plants, plus you can bring back a sick plant as well. I get castings from a worm bin factory


RamonaNo Gravatar January 24, 2011 at 10:09 am
BostonNo Gravatar November 30, 2011 at 4:39 am

IMHO you\’ve got the right asnwer!


vincentNo Gravatar May 31, 2015 at 4:36 am

hi madam.i live in kenya and iam intrested in worm rearing so in respond i cut sort the high cost of commercial feeds of my question was how can i benefit from worm rearing?are there any ingredients in worms for chicken food.


RamonaNo Gravatar May 31, 2015 at 10:45 am

Chickens will naturally eat worms when they can scratch for them in good soil. I raise chickens, but they prefer grains, corn and scrap vegetables. The better idea for the worms is to use them to help keep the soil good to grow vegetables and melons. Not only can you eat, but the rinds from the melons and you can share some of the vegetables and melons with the chickens. The soil will benefit from the worms aerating the soil and feeding the soil with their worm castings.


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