Worm castings added to the soil carry to the root zone a rich compliment of soluble planet nutrients and growth enhancing compunds. Castings provide plants with a diverse and populous consortium of microbial life and a substrate of organic matter harboring a storehouse of nutrients that are not lost to rain or irrigation. The plant is delivered an ongoing, reliable food source when the bacteria and microscopic fungi feed on the organic matter. This releases some of the nutrients to the soil and storing others for their own energy and reproduction (Trinity Ranch, 2011).
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