The Worm Whisperer Farms creates soil, disposes of green waste- which saves space in landfills, and provides environmentally safe disposal options for businesses and municipal institutions. Through our efforts, we also educate the public, and provide jobs for the local community.
Epigeic species, represented by the common red wiggler (Eisenia fetida), found in areas rich in organic matter, such as the upper topsoil layer, in the forest under piles of leaves or decaying logs, or in piles of manure. Since they don't burrow deeply into the soil and prefer to eat rich organic matter, epigeic worms adapt easily to vermiculture and vermicomposting systems.
Anecic species, known commonly as the nightcrawler (Lumbricus terrestris), construct permanent vertical burrows as deep as 4 to 6 feet in the soil. They feed on soil and organic debris on the soil surface and convert it into humus.
100% pure and organic, worm castings are the rich digested soil that worms leave behind. Nature's most beneficial plant food- and it includes beneficial microbes that aid plant growth and help fight off disease.
Worm Tea for plants, lawn and garden! The liquid concentrate of worm compost.