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Using Worm Castings in Your Garden - What, Why, How - Feeding Your Garden #1

Using worm castings provides your soil and plants powerful, organic nutrients that helps your garden be healthy and productive. In this video, we’ll share what worm castings are, why they are so powerful, and how to use them to feed your garden. Thanks to Vermisterra for providing the worm castings partnering with us on this video. To learn more about Vermisterra’s worm castings, and to purchase products, go to https://vermisterra.com, 10% off with promo code “calikim”. Receive one free quart of worm tea with every purchase- good until May 8, 2017. Free shipping for orders over $55. FREE growing guide “Grow 3 Vegetables in 6 Weeks”: https://calikimgardenandhome.com MY DIGITAL PRODUCTS - Get ready for spring! -eBook “Growing 5 Warm Weather Vegetables Made Easy” https://calikimgardenandhome.com/my-e-books/ -Garden Coloring Book https://calikimgardenandhome.com/my-e-books/ Supplies used for this video: (some of the following are affiliate links - I make a small commission when you order through these links and its helps me keep the garden content coming!) 1. Worm Castings, Worm Tea: https://vermisterra.com, (10% off with promo code “calikim” at checkout). 2. . Seeds/Fertilizer: migardener.com/calikim29 (10% off through this link) -Roma Tomato Seeds 3. Coco Coir: http://amzn.to/2kHsyRz 4. Plastic seed starting trays: http://amzn.to/2kHsyRz WHERE TO FIND ME: Garden Blog: https://calikimgardenandhome.com YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/CaliKim29 Instagram: http://instagram.com/calikim29 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/CaliKimGardenandHomeDIY/ Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/CaliKim29/

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