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Circle M Farms Worm Castings: The Secret Weapon for Growers & Gardens

 

A quiet revolution is happening on farms across America. Fed up with the side effects of chemically based fertilizers, natural growers (led by the new marijuana industry) are turning to the best source for plant food, according to Circle M Farms Managing Member, Brian Peavey. WORMS! 

Worm castings are the richest natural fertilizer known to humans. Mother Nature has known this for eons and has been using earthworms to safely and naturally rebuild and replenish the soil. The benefits of this natural method for recycling nutrients in food waste go far beyond expectations.

 

Benefits of Worm Casting: 

  • Earthworm castings have over 60 micro nutrients and trace minerals, including calcium, magnesium, nitrogen, phosphates, and potash.
  • Castings act as a barrier to help plants grow in soil where the pH levels are too high or too low.
  • Castings therefore have the ability to fight off plant diseases.
  • Castings have the ability to fix heavy metals in organic waste.
  • Castings are also an effective way to repel white flies, aphids, spider mites, and any pest that feeds on plant juices.

 

Worm Castings can be used for both residential and commercial purposes such as Cannabis, House Plants, Home Gardens, Vineyards, Hops, Berries, etc.

 

Worms and science:  Darwin has often said worms were his favorite organism, and for good reason: it seems they can break down most anything. Studies have shown they can detoxify soil with cadmium, lead and other heavy metals. Source 

 

“The science of farming is entering a new age where technology is analyzing every detail and natural worm castings are vastly out performing other chemically sourced soils. It’s not even close,” says Peavey.

INTERVIEW / ARTICLE TALKING POINTS

  • How the science of farming has gone natural.
  • Why cannabis growers are leading the science of soil.
  • Will this lead to a change in larger farming as a whole?
  • Will this raise prices of food?
  • Is this trend changing gardening?

 

ABOUT BRIAN PEAVEY:

Brian Peavey is the Managing Member of Circle M Farms Worm Castings. He grew up in Boise, Idaho and he holds a B.S. in Business Economics from Willamette University and an M.B.A. in Project Management from Keller Graduate School of Management. Brian’s daily responsibilities are to track inventory, cash flow, marketing initiatives, overall company performance, contract negotiations, government compliance, strategic planning and ensure customer satisfaction. Brian and his wife Elisa live in Bend, Oregon now and he enjoys rafting, skiing, hiking, playing basketball and watching his three little girls grow up.

 

 

 

Visit: www.circlemwormcastings.com

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