WormCycle Castings Are Different
Not all worm castings are created equal. Our methods make a better quality product that the other guys. We use laboratory testing to prove it.
WormCycle is ready for your Spring Garden!
A Quiet Time WormCycle is working overtime to get you ready for your Spring garden plantings. Our shut down this winter allowed us to reconfigure and expand our operation, and now our new equipment is letting us produce and process way faster. We are planning on a production rate of 4 to 5 cubic yards […]
Here’s to the Little Guy.
As WormCycle evolves to larger things, we want all you loyal subscribers and customers to know that we’re still here for you. We haven’t forgotten that you are the ones who helped WormCycle get off the ground. Whether you just want to keep your garden looking its best, or you’re trying to do your part […]
Time to “Chop and Drop!”
Alright all you Michiganderanians. Because we’ve had such beautiful weather this late into October, I just know that you’ve delayed cleaning out your vegetable and flower beds. Well, it’s going to be in the 70s with unlimited sunshine again this week, so you have no more excuses for not getting this done. You know you’re […]
Ask Brian….You can trust him…He’s from OZ!
Hi all, First off, my apologies for not posting for a while. Today it’s back to basics. I’ve had quite a number of new subscribers recently most of whom have little experience with “worming.” Since education is a big part of what I like to do, I thought a comprehensive list of questions would be […]
Bugs under your feet
So, by now we all know that getting microbes into our soil is what we’re after. These critters are essential to the growth and well being of plants, and by extension, us. There are many ways to do this. We happen to use worms. Here is an article that gives a nice overview of the […]
Kiss the Ground
Hi Everyone, We’ve been busy over the last couple of months and haven’t spent nearly enough time with all of you. Our new Composter is up to speed and producing more VC than ever. 60 thousand worms will do that. They’re eating almost faster than I can feed them! We’ve had a lot of new […]
The Virtues of Worm Castings
Hi again everyone. Sorry it’s been so long since my last post. As they say, “life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” The picture to the right gives a fairly good representation about all the goings on in the soil and how the food soil web interacts. While the mechanics of […]