What is the difference between these two plants? Brut Worm Castings were used in the front basket!
The soil I'm adding to new garden beds I'm installing is very important to me, because this is where the health of my plants begins. Most soil mixes have to be sterilized to ensure there are not disease carrying bacteria, so I often choose to inoculate the soil with worm castings to kick-start the beneficial microbial activity.
~Melissa H, Twin Cities Garden Project owner
I put Brut Worm Castings on half my tomatoes. After about a month, the plants with worm castings were doing so good, I just quit on the other half. Never had such nice tomatoes, peppers, and melons. I give credit to the worm castings.
~Chad B, local produce farmer
This was the first time we put Brut Worm Castings on our garden. I don’t know if it was the worm castings or the season or what, but our garden looked better than ever. I’m using Brut Worm Castings again next year for sure.
~Tom S, concerned father