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Are your customers looking for more natural and organic solutions that won’t break the bank? Then SproutFaster is your answer. Provide them the most balanced nutrient rich plant food in an easy to pour container for about the price of a Gourmet Coffee Drink.

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Castings Directions:

Vegetables-Line bottom and sides of plant holes and seed furrows with 1"-2" of earthworm castings. Set seeds or plants in place and cover with soil. Side dress with castings during growing seasons at a rate of 1/2 cup per plant minimum once a month.

Potted Plants and Seeds/Seed Flats-New - Potting mix-use 1 part Earthworm castings to 3 parts soil.

Potted Plants, Window Boxes and Hanging Baskets- Established - Add 1/2 cup of Earthworm castings to top of soil, and water as normal.

Perennials - Work 1/2 cup Earthworm castings into the soil above the root zone. Apply spring, early summer and early fall.

Casting Tea - Soak 1 part castings in 3 parts water for 12-24 hours. Stir well and water as usual. Casting tea is excellent for all types of vegetables, flowers, trees, bushes, and hard to reach potted plants.

Lawns - New - Apply 10 lbs. per 100 sq. ft. Work lightly into the topsoil. Mix in grass seed and water well.

Lawns - Established - Distribute as top dress 10 lbs. per 100 sq. ft.

Roses, Trees, Shrubs and Berries - New or freshly transplanted - Surround newly dug hole with castings. Spread roots over a mound of the castings in the hole and cover. Broadcast over the surface around stem of plant each month.

Soil Mix- Add 20% of castings to soil mixture and plant as normal.

Remember that the castings are non-burning thus will not harm your plants. Use liberally as they help build soil life by adding beneficial bacteria, trace minerals, humus, and worm eggs to the soil.

Found in the Heartland, SproutFaster is a soil supplements company specializing in All Natural, Organic, nutrient rich soil amendments based out of Joplin MO. Check out our premium worm castings which are great for all plants, flowers, trees, established and new lawns, golf courses, agricultural fields, high tunnels, hydroponic operations, and gardens!

SproutFaster focuses on bringing solutions that outperform synthetic products while protecting those you care about! Plant with a peace of mind knowing you are using the best of what the Earth has to offer. We are here to make your thumbs a little Greener!

A Little Intro

We are passionate about healthier plants and healthier living!

TORC APPROVED!

At SproutFaster, we believe in continuing our education and knowledge of the Organic Culture so we have more to share with our customers. That is why we complete our TORC approval each year to receive our Natural-Organic Certificate.

"An investment in knowledge pays the best interest." -Benjamin Franklin

Why Worm Castings?

Worm Castings are the most balanced nutrient for a plant offered by mother nature. We are of belief that the best thing for the soil have been in the soil this whole time. Synthetic products have been damaging soil life for decades now.

Yes, these products can produce “results”, but they are also leaving very damaging effects in your soil long term. Worm castings provided tons of microbiological benefits to the soil that continue to feed and condition your soil. What this does over time is give you a soil that is healthy and ready to use opposed to those that are drenched in chemicals and get to a point they are not usable or beneficial anymore.

Do not live with “dead” soil. Start conditioning your soil today with Nature’s Miracle Fertilizer. You will be the envy of your neighborhood when you start growing/amending with SproutFaster Worm Castings.

We Know:

  1. How to cultivate and create an environment the worms will thrive in
  2. When there are issues with your soil
  3. When the worms are healthy
  4. What Pure Castings Look like
  5. How to incubate and hatch worm eggs
  6. How to maintain prime moisture and PH levels in the soil
  7. How much castings worms can produce in a specific period of time
  8. ……and much much more!
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Worms are huge in our eco system. They do everything from burrowing paths underground for more water and air to travel through, to eating organic waste material, and then turning it into beneficial compost, to ending their lives as food for other creatures. To say that the worm’s impact on the lives we live is HUGE…is a MASSIVE UNDERSTATEMENT! Without worms, we would be in a world of hurt!

Like the worm, we feel a huge responsibility to educate others on what they are putting down in their soil. For far too long we as a society have looked for the quick and easy solution to growing plants and greener lawns. We have bought into the notion that quick results for the lowest dollar amount is socially responsible. Now we are paying for it!

It is our hope, that as we expand we can help others become more conscientious to what is being used, how it is being used, and what is the direct impact of what they are using. We live for every testimony we get about a new user who produces healthier plants using castings than they ever have before using commercial products. Join us in this MOVEMENT! Together we can have a Colossal Impact for the generations to come!

More Than Worms…

A tiny creature with a colossal impact!

Webb City Farmer's Market Customer review

This is a review from a new customer just 3 weeks after she tried SproutFaster Organic Plant Food on her garden. Order at sproutfaster.com and experience "The Good Stuff!"

SproutFaster Castings Testimonial

From a Customer at the Webb City Missouri Market

RALEIGH, North Carolina - North Carolina State University researchers have dug deeper into the mechanisms behind insect resistance of plants grown in soil amended with vermicompost, and the preliminary results suggest this may provide an ecological friendly means of managing pests in vegetable crops.
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