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50 VermiPod Encapsulated Earthworm Cocoons - Easy/Clean Way to Worm Your Garden

50 VermiPod Encapsulated Earthworm Cocoons - Easy/Clean Way to Worm Your Garden

50 VermiPod Encapsulated Earthworm Cocoons - Easy/Clean Way to Worm Your Garden

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Specially selected, ready-to-hatch earthworms boost garden fertility and improve the quality of the soil. We are currently shipping Lumbricus rubellus, also sometimes called a red wiggler or a redworm.

Earthworms are amazing creatures. Simply by performing their daily activities of moving about, feeding and eliminating spent food, they can single-handedly improve the quality of your soil.

Encapsulated Earthworm Cocoons make it convenient and easy to add these soil-transforming creatures to your garden. Plant these ready-to-hatch egg cocoons just as you would ordinary seeds. They're especially useful for people switching from conventional gardening to organic gardening.

Greatest Living Natural Soil Boosters

Gardeners covet earthworms' presence in their plots because their castings boost nitrogen in the soil, they move deep-soil nutrients closer to plant roots, their tunnels loosen soil improving aeration, and their activities help soil particles bond, balancing moisture retention and drainage.

Earthworms perform this same magic in compost, speeding the development of nutrient-dense, moisture-dispersing humus. In sufficient numbers, earthworms will rejuvenate depleted soil. They will shift soil pH closer to neutral and even control harmful nematodes. Each cocoon will have anywhere from one to twelve eggs in them. We guarantee that each cocoon contains at least one earthworm egg.

Keep your VermiPods under refrigeration until you are ready to plant them. Place them in the vegetable drawer of your refrigerator where there is adequate humidity. They may be kept up to two to three months under these conditions before planting.

We recommend planting the earthworm cocoons at the same time you plant your crops. Much like the Indians use to put a fish by each plant in the fields for fertilizer.

  • Specially selected, ready-to-hatch earthworms boost garden fertility and improve the quality of the soil
  • We are currently shipping Lumbricus rubellus, also sometimes called a red wiggler or a redworm
  • Encapsulated Earthworm Cocoons make it convenient and easy to add these soil-transforming creatures to your garden
  • Plant these ready-to-hatch egg cocoons just as you would ordinary seeds
  • 50 VermiPods