HydroSpiral is the premier root watering system on the market

'According to the EPA, “An American family of four can use 400 gallons ​of water per day, and about 30 percent of that is devoted to outdoor uses. More than half of that outdoor water is used for watering lawns and gardens. Nationwide, landscape irrigation is estimated to account for almost one-third of all ​residential ​water use, totaling more than 7 billion gallons per day.”
A typical suburban home on a 1⁄4 acre lot uses between 2500 gallons and 2700 [...]

Finally produced grapes! Tripled my pepper production and size

I planted two champagne grapes a few years ago and they never produced for me. I watered regularly, amended the soil with compost, and watched in dismay as they grew leaves then died off for the winter. Well, came across some worm castings tea and soil amendment by Vermisterra and started adding it earlier this year and was surprised and excited to finally get them to flower and produce some very sweet and delicious grapes!
They were delicious and had [...]

Paraplegic Has Best Cucumbers Ever, Petunias All in Bloom

I am a paraplegic and use a wheelchair and love to garden. I've been using VermisTerra earthworm castings in my garden since this Spring.
My petunias are full of blooms. I used castings and tea on these petunias and Calikim's heat tolerant greens. Just can't believe how well they're all doing. The petunias, tomatoes and cucumbers were all started from seed and in castings and been fertilized with the worm tea. The beefsteak tomato plant that I am sitting next to [...]

Saved From The Brink of Death

Flower lover and 3rd grade teacher Chris Lunney shares how VermisTerra tea saved her precious clematis flowers from "the brink of death" and helped her successfully germinate irish bells. She loves worm tea because it makes her garden flourish and in turn that makes her feel happy. She shares how nature and gardening is spiritual, grounding and restorative for her.

Indoor Plants Perked Right Up

"Last year I met these awesome people (points to VermisTerra bottle) at a trade show and got some samples. Let me tell you, this is a really amazing product. I took it home and used it on my houseplants. I had some houseplants that were not doing so well, I used this tea and they perked right up, and did really well.
Also the cool thing is, you can use this in your home because it’s not too stinky. Some [...]

From the Worst to the Best Production

I've been running a date ranch for decades. I've seen results with VermisTerra tea and recommended it to a farm that I consult. Their date palms on a certain field were watered heavily but still had dried leaves from the salt in the water and soil. Normally date palms produce 14-16 bunches of fruit. These averaged only 4 bunches per tree. That's poor production.
After almost a year of using worm tea, the trees are producing 15 to 16 bunches [...]

Everything Looks Better

One thing I noticed on the hibiscus is, where you'd have a little yellowing on the leaves, after the worm tea, was gone. It's a big hibiscus and it just greened up and took off.
My stuff this year looks better than it did last year across the board. Everything looks better.  -Bob Shea, Coachella Valley CA

Everything was blooming

I was really surprised because it really made a huge difference. It seems to make the soil even better.
My pink plumeria I had for 15 years that wouldn't bloom, finally did when I gave it the VermisTerra worm tea, The cactuses went to bloom; they made babies. I have night-blooming cereus that the neighbors are taking pictures of because of the big flowers. They went crazy! The whole 12 to 15 colors I had were in bloom at once. It [...]

No More Tomato Horn Worms

I've been growing tomatoes for 10 years. Every year I always find green tomato worms. The moth lays in the soil and they would come back every year. This year I bought the VermisTerra worm tea and put it in my hose and sprayer. I sprayed my tomato plants and flowers every few weeks. When I finished harvesting this year, I found not one tomato worm!
- John Grime, La Quinta CA
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Why Can’t We Wash Off E.Coli on Romaine Lettuce?

CDC is urging Americans to throw away any Romaine lettuce they have. Many of died from lettuce tainted with e.Coli, that's very scary. I used to think it was a matter of washing the vegetables.

Actually, the cause of pathogens in vegetables is using raw soil amendments like manures too close to harvest. There are regulations that require farmers to only apply fertilizers if there's enough time for them to break down.


It's not just about washing it off because [...]