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Noble Worm Organics 1 cu. ft. Organic Worm Casting Soil
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Noble Worm Organics

1 cu. ft. Organic Worm Casting Soil

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Noble Worm Organics is both proud and pleased to announce its long-awaited Noble Worm Soil Remedy, a natural product from Mother Nature's original gardener, the common earthworm, long recognized as the undisputed champion in converting organic wastes into a ready-to-use compost, fertilizer and soil amendment. And, in the process, those lowly creatures help aerate and condition the soil for the healthy and robust growth of all things green: crops of every description, lawns, plants, shrubs, ornamentals, flowers and gardens big and small.

  • More advanced than plain compost and infinitely more eco-friendly than synthetic fertilizers in available nutrients, micro-organisms, moisture-retention and soil formation ability
  • Superior germination, plant growth and enzymes found only in worm-processed organic matter
  • Greater plant heights, foliage and root depth
  • Higher crop yields and at faster rates of growth
  • Larger and better tasting fruits and vegetables
  • Far fewer pathogens remaining after use, as the worms have literally eaten and removed the bad boys in the soil medium

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does this product need to be added to top soil or can it be used by itself in an elevated planter bed?

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September 21, 2015
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I would add worm casting to the soil, 50/50, mix it in well. I personally think it's too rich to use it by itself. By "elevated planter bed" do you mean raised bed. The idea would be the same. You can add it to the raised bed, mix it in well with the soil.
Finally, worm casting is growth promoter/fertilizer. You can add it to all your plants. Your plants will be very happy.
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August 31, 2015
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It can be used by itself but that is sort of inefficient, I would personally make a bed mix of peatmoss, topsoil, compost, and some of worm soil. Make it nice and balanced!
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July 22, 2015
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I would add it to topsoil before planting, but I used it after I planted two new lawns in the middle of a drought, over the top, to help hold in the moisture and give a boost to struggling areas.
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July 19, 2015
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The worm casting soil is added to topsoil or to potting soil. It is an amendment only. I used about one cup per shrub and gently blended it in the top layer of existing shrubs. You can also add a cup to newly dug holes for new plantings and mix it in with regular soil.
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The optimum mixture would be in the 25-30% range. While it can be used alone, it's quite rich. Your better to mix with your initial plantings, and add a handful each month on the top, and allow the water to take the nutrients down to the roots
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May 28, 2015
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Worm castings are generally considered an amendment to soil, and not used as soil by itself.
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Morgan County, GA, USA
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May 16, 2015
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It just needs to be mixed into the dirt in the planter bed. It's like adding fertilizer. A little goes a long way. The bag has all the mixing instructions on it.
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May 15, 2015
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As per my research, it does not matter to what you will add it to. Important is to get this soil as close to roots as possible and preferably just above the roots, because when watering, all good stuff from this soil gets with the water down to roots. Using the worm cast soil by itself would be just unnecessary luxury. One article I was reading about this fertilizer says, that worm casting will not harm Read More
As per my research, it does not matter to what you will add it to. Important is to get this soil as close to roots as possible and preferably just above the roots, because when watering, all good stuff from this soil gets with the water down to roots. Using the worm cast soil by itself would be just unnecessary luxury. One article I was reading about this fertilizer says, that worm casting will not harm plants no matter how much of it you will use. Read Less
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May 7, 2015
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I am just learning elevated bed growing myself but I would say this is too rich. I added worm castings to my mix of soil and compost as an extra fertilizer, which it is. I also use various brands of compost to keep soil balanced.
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May 7, 2015
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Mix it in with existing soil.
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Hello dcd123,
You can use this by itself if you choose.
Thanks for the inquiry.
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Can this be used for container gardening?

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Denver, CO
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Yes, I used it as you would a fertilizer and very sparely.
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July 7, 2016
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Yes, that would be a good use for this product. I would consider mixing it with some other planting mix - - it's expensive by itself.
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Savannah, GA, USA
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May 28, 2016
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Yes. I am using this product with a clay-type soil to start plants. I also have tomatoes in 2-gallon containers.
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March 7, 2016
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Yes, this can be used for container gardening.
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March 7, 2016
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Absolutely!! This is perfect for container gardening!
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Wondering... Would some of this help my compost

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I'm totally new to composting. Compostor is a turning one and I won't be using worms.

So I was just wondering if this would add / be helpful to my compost????
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Compost and composting are different from worm casting. In worms, you're using red worms or composting worms to break down the organic matter that turns into rich fertilizer for your garden. The worms will consume the partially decomposed matter and turn it into worm casting or worm poo. The two processes are very different.
In a normal (hot composting) you need to add the right ratios of nitrogen and
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Compost and composting are different from worm casting. In worms, you're using red worms or composting worms to break down the organic matter that turns into rich fertilizer for your garden. The worms will consume the partially decomposed matter and turn it into worm casting or worm poo. The two processes are very different.
In a normal (hot composting) you need to add the right ratios of nitrogen and carbon to generate enough heat to break down the organic materials (leaves, branches, grasses, cardboard, etc.) Your compost pile must have certain mass (3 ft by 3 ft). This basic guideline must be met or else your hot compost won't work. The materials will not decompose and it will not turn into "compost."
There no need to add worm casting to your compost. You just wasting your money. Buy the organic worm casting and add to your garden soil, container, raised bed, etc. Your plants will be very happy to receive this rich organic fertilizer. Hope that help.
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August 31, 2015
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Yes it would be fine for your compost, though to be honest when I do my own compost I just put in one bag of compost, one bag of topsoil, and then throw in all kinds of organic material like used teabags, fishguts, rotten fruit/veggies etc. Typically it will take care of itself!
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July 22, 2015
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I mixed the two together, then added it to my soil...so I would say YES. It's a very fine product and mixes well with any type of soil or compost.
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Not so much. Allow your composting to mature itself. Noble Worm Castings are best used in a mixture to start off, and maintain your plants throughout the season.
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June 2, 2015
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This product will be a great addition to your compost.
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Can this be shipped to the store?

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Can this product be shipped at no cost to a store?
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It can be, but most stores already carry it, at least in my area.
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It depends. I'm not sure it can be shipped at no cost to a store. You probably have to meet a certain purchase amount. If you purchase online, it will probably tell you the minimum requirements to earn free shipping.
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July 19, 2015
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Yes, I think it can be shipped to the store with no delivery fee.
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Yes, I have bought this product before and had it shipped to my local store. That way I didn't have to pay for shipping.
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Considering it was shipped to my house, I would have to assume it can also be shipped to the store.
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1 cu. ft. Organic Worm Casting Soil is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 43.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good for our garden It's that time of year again in Florida. Clean out the raised garden bed and replenish the soil. What better way than with this organic worm casting soil, which will help aerate it and keep our new little plants healthy and happy as we try again with a, hopefully successful garden this year. We are both eating more and more vegetables, and it will be great to eat the ones we have grown ourselves!
Date published: 2016-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-08-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Best Amendment I've Found I LOVE this product! I have made my own compost for over a decade, nurtured a small worm farm for several years, and Noble Organic Worm Casting Soil is the best commercial product I have found. I know dirt. I grow salad in my organic garden and I want to know what's in my amendments. This product is like black gold, rich, earthy, it reminds me of fluffy ground dark chocolate. I had four different compost/soil products to add to my garden and when I opened my Noble bags, I was very very pleased. It is the best, and I loved adding it to my vegetable garden. Expensive but worth it, especially compared to the competition.
Date published: 2013-04-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Gardeners Friend I've used worm castings for years because they are so beneficial for seed starting and for transplanting new plants into a garden. Combined with coconut coir (instead of peat moss) and vermiculite and/or perlite, worm castings offer seedlings nutrition to thrive and become strong transplants. I also use worm casings mixed with coconut coir and the surrounding soil in transplanting anything into the garden. I hope you will start to offer worm castings in the garden dept. of your stores. As a side note, I have found that watering my seedlings with a solution of 1/4 C. of 3% peroxide mixed with 1 gal. water aids in preventing and curing the "damping off" fungus that causes seedlings to die off.
Date published: 2016-03-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Mostly peat moss. Not much worm castings Too much to pay for peat moss! Not much if any worm castings in it. I can buy peat moss a lot cheaper but pure worm castings really work well. Next time, I'll but the pure stuff. That's what I thought I was buying this time.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome Organic Fertilizer As an organic gardener, I just love worm casting (worm poo) and couldn't get enough this stuff, we gardener call it "black gold' because it's precious to creating fertile soil. Normally you have to go to specialty nursery to get this awesome organic fertilizer. I use it in my garden bed, container, indoor house plants, etc... In addition, I use it to make worm tea, a liquid form of organic fertilizer. Whenever I prep my garden soil, worm casting is the first thing that come to mind. It acts a soil amendment, by aerating the soil to prevent compaction. It softens soil for young seedlings, so they can develop strong root systems. It also adds excellent source of nitrogen without the harmful effect of synthetic/chemical fertilizer. More importantly it won't burn your plants. It is truly a gift of Nature.
Date published: 2015-09-22
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