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What’s the difference between VermisTerra’s Worm Casting Tea and Vitality?

Vitality vs Earthworm Casting Tea

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VermisTerra Vitality is a concentrate plant superfood, nutrients and minerals. Earthworm Casting Tea is concentrate probiotics and enzymes that protect the plant and condition your soil.

Use together to improve growth and maintain optimum plant health. Build nurturting environment for plants. Both boost fertility, contain beneficial bacteria, fungi, plant hormones. Both improve plant immune response to stress.

Build a strong foundation for your plant health with VermisTerra.

What is VermisTerra Vitality?

  • Earthworm castings extract
  • Balanced Multivitamin – macro nutrients, micronutrients, trace minerals, elements, micro-bacteria and natural plant hormones. 
  • For indoor and outdoor plants
 Natural Superfood
  • You want a boost of new growth
  • Gentle, will not burn plants. Great for orchards, exotic and weak plants
  • Improve seed germination rates
  • Complete seedling nutrient
  • Rehabilitate stressed plants. 
  • A natural rooting hormone for cuttings.
  • Reduces transplant shock.
  • Reduces dampening off (root rot).
  • Higher BRIX, lower pest pressure. 

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What is VermisTerra Vitality?

What is VermisTerra Earthworm Casting Tea?

  • Fermented extract derived from earthworm castings, and other organic soil amendments. 
  • Beneficial bacteria, enzymes and fungi condition your soil, promote rich fertile soil. 
  • Mostly used outdoors
Soil Enhancer
  • Perks up plants, boosts overall health
  • Improves soil aeration and function. Makes plant food from environment and helps plant absorb efficiently.
  • Helps plant fight soil disease, pest stress, reduces powdery mildew and rust.
  • Corrects soil problems from low organic matter, poor soil, over fertilizing, or hard water.
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Safe fertilizer for Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Safe fertilizer for use in Zoo and Botanical Gardens

Announcing our newest customer: 🌵 The Living Desert Zoo and Botanical Gardens. VermisTerra is veterinarian approved for application in the 🦏 black rhino and 🦒 giraffe Savannahs. 🦘 

VermisTerra is natural and safe to use even around critically endangered animals. 🌍 It’s the only plant food applied at the Living Desert.

They’ll be using VermisTerra from propagating in the nursery, all the way to rehabilitating struggling trees. Their goal is to promote healthy grass, bushes and trees grown for wild animals to consume. 

The Living Desert Zoo and Gardens has more than 60 conservation projects, spanning 12 countries, to protect endangered species and restore their native lands.

We are so proud to see our powerful yet gentle products used as a foundation for the health of soil, plants and animals. The staff at the zoo are excited to implement the benefits of earthworm castings, worm tea, and Vitality. They will keep photos before and after as well as notes on the changes that they see. Stay tuned for updates!

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Magic Potion, everything produces like crazy

Magic potion, everything produces like crazy

This stuff is the magic potion for the garden!  It improves the health and growth of the plants, and everything produces like crazy.  Because the plants are healthier, there is also less pest pressure, and less plant disease.  The plants set so much fruit and keep producing all season long.  

I love using VermisTerra products in my organic backyard garden.  The worm castings are mixed into all my containers and raised bed soil.  I use the Vitality to fertilize all my seedlings.  I use the worm tea to feed all my garden plants once per week.  It can also be used as a foliar spray.  

Gardening is so much more enjoyable when your plants are doing well.  Worm Tea really is a magic potion!”

-Amber G., NC 

Follow her Gardening Instagram here.


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Build Healthy Soil Foundation with VermisTerra

Build Healthy Soil Foundation with VermisTerra

In the past, we had more issues with insect pests, plant diseases, and stressed plants. Presently, we don’t encounter them to the same extent. Our vegetable and fruit crops, flowers, and other plants are healthier, more productive, and hardier. Most of our lettuce crops last summer did not bolt during the heat waves with temperatures in the 90s and even a few days over 100 degrees Fahrenheit! 

We’ve seen increased production in berries, which have been very sweet and flavorful! The flowers in our garden have more blooms and our leafy greens are more prolific and robust! We’ve also had great tomato yields! 

Over the years, we’ve seen improvements in the overall health and structure of our soil using Vermisterra worm casting products. 

In this video, I’m going to share how our soil improved over the years with the regular use of Vermisterra vermicompost or worm castings. 

Before we sow seeds and start planting, the first thing we need to do is build the soil, this is the foundation of a garden. As organic gardeners, we do not use synthetic fertilizers or pesticides but rely on a healthy ecosystem. 

To build healthy soil, we need to feed the microorganisms. Soil microbes break down organic materials releasing nutrients plants can use to grow and flourish. When we nourish the microbes in the soil, they will feed our plants. In addition, these microbes protect plants against potential pathogens and stresses, both biotic and abiotic. 

In this symbiotic relationship, plants feed the microbes through their roots secreting exudates consisting of sugars, enzymes, organic, and amino acids. 

When we incorporate Vermisterra worm castings and nutrient tea in our soil, we’re not only adding essential nutrients we’re also introducing beneficial microbes including fungi, bacteria, protozoa, and nematodes. 

Vermicompost contains about 50% humus which is porous in nature. Humus is an organic material similar to what you’d find on the forest floor. 

Humus increases soil porosity and retains moisture and nutrients. Worm castings can prevent nutrients from leaching into the water table and flowing into bodies of water. 

Humus also provides homes for beneficial soil microbes while extracting toxins and harmful microorganisms from the soil. Another component of worm castings is humic acid which enhances photosynthesis and improves plant health, resiliency, and immunity. Plant hormones such as auxins, gibberellins, abscisic acid, and enzymes are also found in vermicompost aiding in plant growth and development. 

Another benefit to using worm castings is it allows carbon sequestration. This means atmospheric carbon is captured and stored in the soil reducing greenhouse gas emissions.


When we work with Mother Nature, the soil and plants are healthier. Anyone can achieve a successful and healthy garden, but we need to start with the foundation and build fertile soil which takes time and patience, but the rewards are worth it! 

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Vitality Castings Poop as Rooting Hormone

Vitality Worm Castings as Rooting Hormone

We’ve been using Vermisterra’s Vitality for rooting and the results have been epic! Soak cuttings in Vitality for an hour or overnight. They have zero rot, I’ve been very successful with this method. Rare dragonfruits, already rooted, ready to go in the ground. Vitality has been a great tool for me to root my dragonfruit cuttings. 

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Spraying with Vitality reduced aphids and white flies

Spraying Vitality reduced aphid and white fly populations

Build healthy soil by adding the BEST organic material: worm castings. Also known as Vermicompost, it’s worm manure. Full of beneficial microbes, enzymes, fungi to condition your soil. Healthy soil will retain more nutrients and water. This leads to healthier plants with higher BRIX (sugar) rating. Insects are attracted to imbalanced plants, fed with too much nitrogen, and dislike plants with high BRIX numbers.

“Vermisterra products, especially Vitality are incredible supplements for my plants. Did you know worm castings have something called chitinase? Which can help break down exoskeletons of some insects.

I have an aphid problem right now. Spraying Vitality on the plant leaves has helped reduce aphid and white fly populations.

The plants even look healthier too because worm castings add beneficial microbes to the soil. Some serious worm power here.

Vitality is full of micro, macro nutrients, minerals and beneficial microbes for healthy, happy plants!” – Tres @motherofbokchoy


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Healthy Soil is Foundation to a Healthy Thriving Garden

Healthy Soil is the Foundation to a healthy productive garden

Before we sow seeds and plant we need to build the the soil. This is the foundation of a healthy and productive garden. Working with nature takes time, but with patience and determination it’s achievable. Nourishing the soil will help plants with immunity and enhance photosynthesis resulting in vigorous and resilient plants.💚

For the last six years, our garden has remained healthy and productive with regular use of @vermisterra worm casting products! We’ve been using Vitality for almost two years and have had fantastic results! Plant foliage is more abundant and lush. We’ve also seen an increase in blooms and fruits!

Vitality is made from super fine organic worm casting extract. It is an excellent source of nutrients, plant prebiotics, and trace minerals. Worm casting extract has a high bioavailability making it easily absorbed and utilized by plants boosting health and vigor.

Worm castings or vermicompost contain plant hormones that regulate growth. Humic acid is another component of vermicompost a biostimulant which improves soil structure, plant nutrient uptake, and encourage root growth.

Vermicompost is an excellent organic soil amendment for vegetable, flower, and herb gardens, fruit trees, and ornamental plants! Vitality is safe for the environment, wildlife, people, and pets. 💚🌎

Learn more @vermisterra and if you’d like to give it a try, make sure to use code “learntogrow” for a savings of 10% and get free shipping! Thanks for your support!

Happy gardening!💚🌱
Misilla, Learn to Grow

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Carnivorous pitcher plant grew quickly, is thriving with VermisTerra Vitality

Carnivorous pitcher plant grew quickly, is thriving

My carnivorous pitcher plant is thriving after receiving VermisTerra Vitality.

I’ve had them for 4 years and this is the first time I’ve seen them do this well. When I didn’t feed them anything they didn’t grow that much at all.

I added a squirt of Vitality to their water every two weeks. They grew quickly! See before and after photos exactly 4 weeks after. The last photo is after 6 weeks. See the yellow jacket it caught.

They look much healthier after getting essential minerals and beneficial microbes from all natural worm casting product Vitality. “

Healthier Carnivorous plants have better chances to successfully attack or trap prey. Whether it’s by forming vivid flowers, growing their trap, or creating luring odors. Vitality gently provides essential minerals, nutrients and probiotics for beautiful growth for plants that catch their prey.

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Biggest and Best Strawberries

There is so much confusion on how to fertilize your strawberries.  Here is your definitive guide to growing the BIGGEST and BEST organic strawberries on the planet!

Let me tell you why you need to be using VermisTerrra in your garden. VermisTerra or is a family owned company that makes amazing quality worm casting products. 🪱 Worm casting improve soil structure and fertility, are rich in beneficial bacteria and microbes 🦠, and they help regulate plant nutrients as well as supports the plant’s defenses. 💪 

In my own garden, the result of an amazing. I was able to rehab one of my🍓 strawberry beds that wasn’t doing very well and it produced amazingly beautiful strawberries! ✨ I was amazed at the amount and beauty of the fruit that I got using all their products, especially Vitality.

I also noticed that my 🐛 pest pressure this summer ☀️ was almost non existent- in my garden with plants that are usually covered in aphids are rather healthy and thriving with minimal damage. My pest load was so much less this year. No more roly polys or slugs on my strawberries. 

Why don’t you give these products a try and see the results for yourself. – 👩🏼‍🌾 Jolene @oursanctuarygarden Check out Sanctuary Gardens YouTube video to see how she fixed her strawberry bed using VermisTerra and got the BIGGEST and BEST strawberries. 

Code “sanctuarygardens” for 10% off + free shipping

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Worm Castings vs Compost

Earthworms vermicompost is proving to be highly nutritive ‘organic fertilizer’ and more powerful ‘growth promoter’ over the conventional composts and a ‘protective’ farm input (increasing the physical, chemical & biological properties of soil, restoring & improving its natural fertility) against the ‘destructive’ chemical fertilizers which has destroyed the soil properties and decreased its natural fertility over the years. 

Vermicompost is rich in NKP (nitrogen 2-3%, potassium 1.85-2.25% and phosphorus 1.55-2.25%), micronutrients, beneficial soil microbes and also contain ‘plant growth hormones & enzymes’. It is scientifically proving as ‘miracle growth promoter & also plant protector’ from pests and diseases. 

Vermicompost retains nutrients for long time and while the conventional compost fails to deliver the required amount of macro and micronutrients including the vital NKP to plants in shorter time, the vermicompost does. 

In, Argentina, farmers who use vermicompost consider it to be seven (7) times richer than conventional composts in nutrients and growth promoting values

While ‘thermophilic bacteria’ predominate in conventional composting, ‘mesophilic bacteria & fungi’ predominate in vermicomposting. Although the conventional composting process is completed in about 8 weeks, but additional 4 weeks is required for ‘curing’. Curing involves the further aerobic decomposition of some compounds, organic acids and large particles that remain after composting. Less oxygen and water is required during curing. Compost that has had insufficient curing may damage crops. Vermicomposting takes nearly half the time of conventional composting and vermicompost do not require any curing and can be used straightway after production (62). 

Vermicomposts have much ‘finer structure’ than ordinary compost and contain nutrients in forms that are readily available for plant uptake. Vermicomposts have outstanding chemical and biological properties with ‘plant growth regulators’ (lacking in other composts) and significantly larger and ‘diverse microbial populations’ than the conventional thermophilic composts (70; 73; & 193).

Atiyeh (16) found that the conventional compost was higher in ‘ammonium’, while the vermicompost tended to be higher in ‘nitrates’, which is the more available form of nitrogen. They also found that vermicompost has higher N availability than the conventional compost on a weight basis and the supply of several other plant nutrients e.g. phosphorus (P), potassium (K), sulfur (S) and magnesium (Mg), were significantly increased by adding vermicompost as compared to conventional compost to soil (17 & 18). 

Vermicompost retains nutrients for long time and while the conventional compost fails to deliver the required amount of macro and micronutrients including the vital NKP (nitrogen, potassium & phosphorus) to plants in shorter time, the vermicompost does.

Application of vermicompost had other agronomic benefits. It significantly reduced the demand for irrigation by nearly 30-40%. Test results indicated better availability of essential micronutrients and useful microbes in vermicompost applied soils. Most remarkable observation was significantly less incidence of pests and disease attacks in vermicompost applied crops.

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Read this article by Griffith University of Queensland, Australia.