A living soil is a healthy soil

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Get the giveback you deserve!  Our composters have access to one of the best soil amendments available!  All the food waste we collect from your doorstep is processed with worms, creating a nutrient rich soil amendment called worm castings, but most importantly a healthy and living soil amendment filled with vital microbiology.  A living soil is a healthy soil.

Directions:  Apply up to 20% castings to growing medium for new plants and seedlings.  For established plants and perennials apply approximately 1" to 2" below soil surface towards the root structure.  For casting teas and extracts it is recommended about half-cup of castings to 1 gallon of water.

Quantity:  2 Gallon of worm castings (18 - 20 pounds)

Storage:  Keep castings stored within packaging and sealed, until ready to use.  Packaging should be stored inside and away from the outdoor elements.  Its vital to maintain the moisture within the packaging.  Givebacks will be delivered in a reusable bag, please return when done.

Giveback Conditions: Must be an active composter with OCS.  Each composter is allowed up to one bag during each round of givebacks. 

Regular price $40.00 /ea.
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Note: This product is a one-time purchase only and requires a compost plan to order. Sign up or log into your account.


Healthy Soils
Castings provide nutrient rich organic matter, along with bountiful microbiology that constantly provides plants the exact nutrients required to thrive.
Healthy Plants
Because the microbiology provides plants with the exact nutrients it needs, we can expect much higher yields in our plants and gardens with no chemical additions. The microbiology also helps fight pathogens and disease.
Carbon Sequestration
Living soils provide proper storage for carbon within our atmosphere. When plants pull in carbon dioxide a portion goes down through the roots, where the microbiology properly stores that carbon dioxide.