Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 41
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by COdesigner Best puchase for your garden!
I read about the contents of this product, and thought I would give it a try and I was not disappointed! My garden has produced bigger and better tasting veggies than ever before! It's really worth the price and effort to use the organic worm casting soil into your garden.
August 11, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by DIYinOH Not pure worm castings
This is worm casting SOIL, not worm castings. Worm castings are basically "worm poo" and are one of the purest / best fertilizers available. I thought this was a bag of that, it's actually a bag of worm casting SOIL... so it's a bit of worm castings, mixed with a bit of this, and a bit of that (probably top soil and peat).
It's good quality soil and I wouldn't hesitate to throw it in my garden again, I just intended to use it as a soil treatment for an established garden and this would be better served as the starter soil for new plantings.
August 4, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by oldVermonter Really expensive...but a really fine product
I've been doing vegetable gardening for quite a few years, and this is one of the nicest soil amendments I have ever seen. There is no comparing this with the typical "garden soil" you normally see for sale.
The product is deep black in color, with a clean, pleasant "soil" smell. It is very clean - - there is almost no "miscellaneous" material (compared to for example, typical planting mixes).
But wow, is it expensive - - way too pricey to use by itself. But for a plant you really care about, it would work really well to enrich your planting mix - - say, 3 parts regular soil to 1 part this product.
July 7, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mindypin My vegetable garden exploded!
My cantaloupe and squash erupted from the soil enriched with these worm castings, and have produced delicious fruit. And this is in the over 100° daily heat and poor native soil of South Texas.
August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Al Not worth it
Full of fillers. Not much worm castings in it. Not worth the price.
June 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by tjellis51 Just what I needed
I received this product in May 2016. I took the time to read all of the information. I have used it with two tomato plants. One was planted in the soil and one in a 2-gallon container. I am also using this with watermelons. There were a few lumps in the bag, but that may have been from moisture. You do not have to add a lot of casting to the soil, and this means the casting will last longer. I have black clay, and this is ideal. Can't wait for the tomatoes to ripen.
May 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by PopKim Super Rich Garden Food
The product mixes with the soil very easily. It looks rich with nutrients! I don't have a green thumb, but over the last few weeks, I noticed my flower bulb shoots grew quickly. I did two areas, and the one with the worm casting sprung up faster. I didn't use it on the grass, as I have a large lot and worked it in many other areas. I'm getting MORE for the lawn, as many people said it doesn't burn or have any negative effects. I've also mixed it in my square-foot garden area where we are about to plant some fall squash. I've never used a product like this one, but I would recommend it over the many other garden products since it's safe and natural. I don't like products with chemicals. Plus, I like knowing how it's made.
July 31, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vssss Superb Organic Worm Casting Soil
The one cubic foot sack of Organic Worm Casting Soil is enough to fertilize all the shrubs, trees, perennials, potted plants, even the yard. My yard is small to medium sized lot, almost 1/4 acre and fully landscaped. The worm castings soil is a very rich amendment added a cup per shrub to the top layer of the soil in existing plantings or you can add one cup to a freshly dug hole in new plantings. The worm casting soil can also be added freely to the lawn. It is a slow released fertilizer that will not burn or harm the landscaping. Absolutely awesome and easy to apply. So rich and nutritious.
July 19, 2015