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NOW is the time to BUY Alabama Jumpers

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

Alabama Jumper sales have gone through the roof.   Word of mouth has taken these worms from obscurity, to becoming the Superstars of the worm world.  If you have considered adding Alabama Jumpers to your garden, NOW IS THE TIME.

Why buy now?

  1. Huge capacity.  Need 20,000 Jumpers, we’ve got them.
  2. PERFECT shipping conditions around the entire US.
  3. Fall leaves available everywhere (Their favorite food).

Every spring, we get backed up on Jumper orders, but the reality is, the fall is the best time to get your Jumpers into the ground.  This way,  they can start breaking down your leaves and make wonderful friable soil for you when you plant in the spring.  Once spring arrives, it’s really too late to accomplish much (Until the next spring).

Purchase your Jumpers now, or be sorry (and very, very patient) in the spring.


Want to Grow Giant Fruits and Veggies?

Saturday, June 6th, 2015


Want to grow giant fruits and veggies that not only look great, but taste great also?

Check out this giant Meyer Lemon, grown on a 3 foot tall tree that produced over 50 lemons this year!  The only problem was, I was constantly worried that the tree was going to break due to the weight of the fruit!



Here is a comparison between my green onions, and a store bought green onion.

Three words:

Worm Castings




Vermicompost+BIOchar =LOTS of Fruit Coming!

Sunday, April 19th, 2015


Do your fruit trees look like this? They should! I’m going to need to thin this pomegranate tree soon, or else I will risk branch’s breaking due to the weight of the fruit that will soon set. No synthetic fertilizer here….just Vermicompost and BIOchar. That’s it.

Worm Inn Q and A with customer, Ruth D.

Saturday, March 14th, 2015

I bought my worm bin in 2010 and I love it!  I thought I saw you advertise a rolling

stand for the worm bag. Do you make one?

Also how often should I be emptying the regular size bag worm bin? Should I ever

take any of the worms out?

Squirming to know,

Ruth D.


Hi Ruth,

2010…. that is awesome. Sorry, no rolling stand. I was working on a wooden

stand, but could never get them manufactured anywhere near the price point

I was looking for.

I usually empty my Inn 2-3x a year. When it is really full and really heavy, I empty it. 🙂

Some worms fall out with the castings, but I put a piece of rotting fruit in the material and

In a day or two, the worms are hanging to that fruit. Then I just throw them back into my bag.

No need to ever take the worms out.






The Worm Inn – Indoors

Friday, March 6th, 2015



If you’ve ever wondered, Can I keep a Worm Inn indoors, the answer is absolutely, “YES”!

My friend Anthony sent this pic of a setup at the University of Toronto (Procurement Services lunch room).  What a great idea for an out of the way setup.  Instead of a tall Inn with a bucket underneath, they’ve simply built a short frame, and put a flower pot saucer underneath.

Anthony’s goal is to get this setup in other departments throughout the University!

Nice job Anthony!  Thanks for the pic!

SERIOUS Vermicomposting!

Tuesday, March 3rd, 2015


I’ve had a pumpkin sitting around since October.  Today’s as good as any day to feed it to the worms.  Plopped it into my Worm Inn (Just a regular, not a MEGA) and as it breaks down, the worms will chew it up.  No need to chop, blend, or anything.  Just covered with newspaper.


What’s Better Than Worm Castings?

Saturday, February 14th, 2015

Great Customers!

11Last week I received an order for several boxes of worm castings from a frequent customer, Shelli from San Luis Obispo.

I wrote back to Shelli thanking her, and telling her when her worm castings would be shipped.  Shelli wrote back with some great photo’s of her garden.  According to Shelli, I (The castings), help her grow almost everything.

These were special castings though.  Shelli’s hubby purchased them for her.  They even have a special name for the castings, “Garden Chocolate”.  How cute is that!

When I educate people about the value of worm castings, I always tell them that you can apply castings around even the most tender of plants such as an orchid or a fern.  Because castings are low nitrogen, you need not worry about burning your plants roots.  Obviously, Shelli’s Orchids and Camellias are doing fantastic.

Thanks to Shelli and her hubby for the great pics!






NEXT GEN BREEDER BLEND African Nightcrawler Cocoon Mix

Monday, January 19th, 2015

next gen breeder blend

Try counting all the cute little baby African Nightcrawlers

6 Weeks

70 Degrees

Cornmeal and ground oatmeal fed




EVERYTHING You Thought You Knew About Gardening Is Wrong!

Sunday, January 4th, 2015

I’ve been INSPIRED.  Just as The Worm Inn has turned worm composting upside down due to it’s simplicity and AIR FLOW Design, My friend Larry Hall has developed a Set And Forget Gardening System.  Appropriately called, Gro-Matic, this is a TRUE Automatic Gardening System.

Why is the SECRET that makes the Gro-Matic Gardening System better than ANY other method of gardening?

1. Root Pruning (It’s all in the AIR FLOW)!

2. Sub Irrigation Watering

When these two gardening methods are combined, plants EXPLODE with growth.

Here are some actual pics of plants grown this past year.  You will not believe your eyes.





If you thought these pictures were flukes, YOU’RE WRONG.  You can grow plants like these the entire growing season!

Forget about systems like square foot gardening.  I’ve tried it and produced meh plants.  The Gro-Matic system allows ANYONE to grow plants that Master Gardeners only DREAM about.

If you have ANY interest in gardening whatsoever, you owe it to yourself to try this.  YOU WILL BE AMAZED!


1. Assemble your system (Simple)

2. Hook up a water supply (A hose or even a rain barrel will work)

3. Add Potting Mix to your Grow Bags

4. Add your plants


It’s THAT Easy!

Best of all, the system costs less than $150 (Plus very reasonable shipping)!

Because this is the first year of production, there is the possibility of running out long before spring.  Treat yourself to the most advanced yet simple gardening system EVER!



Do you LOVE your Worm Castings?

Saturday, December 13th, 2014


I LOVE my worm castings.  I keep a very busy schedule.  Actually, I keep a TOO busy schedule.  But that’s okay because I get bored easily.  Sound familiar?  Anyway, I don’t have time for playing with food scraps, and I don’t have time to deal with Muddy Worm Castings.  Look at the Worm Castings that I just emptied out of my Worm Inn.  These are simply photo’s taken with my smart phone.  No pretty lighting, no screened castings….just raw product.  Do you love YOUR Worm Castings?  If not, try raising your worms in a Worm Inn.wi castings in hand

wi castings unloaded