VermisTerra Featured on High Performance Garden Show

As we looked for informative videos about the microbes living in your soil, I found a great explanation from gardening teacher Lynn Gillespie. Lynn is an organic farmer and gardening educator, who specializes in teaching High Performance Garden systems. I loved her video so much I got her permission to transcribe and post it! Watch a video where Lynn explains concepts from Teaming with Microbes Book, How the Soil Food Web Works.

 

As I watched more of her online series, I was so […]

Outstanding Results With Onions & Garlic

“Here in Illinois I started my onions from seed indoors. On or about March 5, 2017 the weather got really nice and I decided to plant my onions outside. About 10 days later we received some really cold weather for about a week with lows 13-18 degrees and highs in the mid 30’s and on top of all that we received 4 inches of snow. My onions were left for dead and was no bigger than a toothpick with […]

Papaya Tree Produces Triple Amount

My papaya tree usually gives off 10-20 fruits. I usually lose a few to frost. This year my grandson gave me VermisTerra Tea so I used it. Now that one tree has over 60 papayas growing on it. It was also healthy enough to survive a few days of temperatures in the high 30s with no lost fruit! Let me tell you, they are the sweetest papayas that I’ve tasted.  – Carlos Galeazzi, San Gabriel CA

 

Hay Grows in Drought, Survives Frost, and Stays Green

“I have been a cattle rancher in California for 20yrs. 3rd generation cattle ranchers are rare. Even more rare are believers in new products that live up to their billing. One such product that I give full endorsement to is the VermisTerra by JL Organics worm tea. We grew a pasture mix for 10yrs to augment the cattle during the drought yrs. For the last three of those years I used the wormtea exclusively. Ask anyone living in the […]

More Crop and Early Harvest For Peaches

After using VermisTerra Tea, we got our peach harvest earlier than all the other farms, which means more money at the market. We sprayed the tea onto berm and let the rain water it in. My father and I water from opposite rows, and we ran out on one row in the middle. That one row was two feet shorter than the other trees. Another farmer grew the same stock, same variety, planted on the same day, and harvested the […]