BioVast VermiCompost 100% Organic Soil Conditioner
BioVast Vermi-Compost is a 100% Organic Soil Conditioner loaded with a balanced ratio of beneficial biology and minerals which helps to promote a healthy and robust soil food web in your soil.
Produced from single sourced, virgin plant based materials, the inputs are farm grown using natural and organic processes. No manures. BioVast VermiCompost is aged for a minimum 6 months and batch tested by 3rd party labs to meet the highest microbiology and soil testing standards.
*Also Available by the yard. Send email to: Andrew@sdmicrobeworks.com for shipping quote.
~ See what the top experts in the industry have to say about the lab results for BioVast Compost!
Compost Biology Report:
Soil Report and Saturated Paste Test:
Heavy Metals Testing:
The most efficient use is making a compost extract or compost tea, but BioVast VermiCompost can also be used as a top dressing.
BioVast VermiCompost Application Rates:
1/2 Lb to 3 lbs per 5 gallons of Water for compost teas.
1 - 2 Cups per 100 gallon container.
~ Perfect for compost teas
~ Great for all Gardening and Nursery Applications
~ Excellent for Indoor and Outdoor Gardens
~ Farm Grown using Natural and Organic Processes
~ Produced from Single Sourced Plant Based Materials
~ No Manures
~ 100% Organic VermiCompost
* Same shipping price on 1 and 2 gallon orders. Order 2 gallon and SAVE on shipping!
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Learn more about why Fungal Compost is so important to life on this Earth in this great video below by Dr. David Johnson from Chico State University.
BioVast Vermicompost Care instructions:
BioVast Vermicompost is very much alive with worms and beneficial microorganisms. See above for complete 3rd party biology reports.
Keeping your vermicompost from drying out is important to keep the biology alive.
If buying larger bags 5 or 10 gallons. We recommend storing in some sort of plastic tote with holes drilled into it. This will allow the compost to breath and the worms and biology and fungi to thrive.
Checking moisture content:
-Simply grab a handful and squeeze in your hand.
-The vermicompost should stick together but no water should drip down your wrist. This is called field capacity.
- If Vermicompost does not stick together when squeezed. Then use a spray bottle with chlorine free water to add moisture to the vermicompost.
* Do NOT OVERWATER.
-Overwatering your vermicompost during storage can lead to anaerobic conditions (no air). If you squeeze your compost and water drips down your wrist you are now over field capacity. If this is the case allow compost to air out until desired moisture level is reached.