Organic Fertilizer Distributor Monroe WorksMonroe Works, Archer, Florida

Distributor of Organic Worm Fertilizers: VermaPlex® and Pure Black Castings

Earthworm Castings are the "Fertilizer Nature Intended"


Organic Worm Castings and Liquid Worm Fertilizer

Pure Black Castings™       VermaPlex®             VermaMax®

Worm Castings or Worm Compost

Every wondered what the difference is between worm compost (vermicompost) and Pure Black Castings™?

The term vermicompost means organic material that has been composted by worms. The actual amount of castings contained in it and the degree to which the material has been composted will vary widely from product to product, location to location, and dates of manufacture.

Pure Black Castings™, however, are always 99.9% pure worm castings, meaning the quality and purity of the castings are consistent and will not vary from bag to bag, ever. They are manufactured indoors in climate controlled conditions, guaranteeing that our worm castings always maintain their pure composition. You know what you are getting and the results you receive are consistent for each application.

Vermicompost is Good, But Pure Black Castings™ Are Better

Worm compost (Vermicompost) is an excellent soil amendment and greatly enhances your growing medium. However, by using Pure Black Castings™ you are always sure you’re getting the highest concentration of the highest quality worm castings. You receive a greater value for your money spent and you achieve better results while using less product.

Compare Worm Compost or Ordinary Worm Castings To Pure Black Castings™

How can you tell the difference between run of the mill vermicompost or even ordinary worm castings and Pure Black Castings™?

First of all, Pure Black Castings™ has the appearance of black coffee grounds. Place a bowl of vermicompost and Pure Black Castings™ side by side and leave them to dry. The comparison is dramatic.

Pure Black Castings

Dried Pure Black Castings™ compared to.....


.....dried vermicompost

Pure Black Castings™ are bagged with very low moisture to begin with.  After completely drying out, you can clearly see they still retain their black granular appearance. The vermicompost, once dried, has a much lighter, brownish appearance and feels powdery and light weight.

Another easy test you can do to see the difference and to make sure your "worm castings" aren't mostly compost:

  • Place 4 oz of Pure Black Castings™ into a wide mouth jar. In a second jar, place the same amount of another brand of worm castings or worm compost. Fill both jars to about ¾ full with tap water, shake well and let them stand for 5 minutes.

  • Check for unconsumed organic materials, like seeds, wood chips, peat moss, finely ground leaves and stems. Vermicompost will usually contain large amounts of these undigested materials.

  • Check the bottom of the bottles. If there is sand, it may have been added for weight or sand can usually be found in composted manures.

  • Pour off the water and examine the sediment. If it still looks like worm castings, then it’s worm castings. Worm castings are slow to dissolve because they are coated with calcium as they pass through the worms. If your jar of vermicompost looks like mud, then it has low castings content and is just simple compost.

Demand All Worm Castings

Pure Black Castings™ are guaranteed to be 99.9% all worm castings with very low moisture content and NO fillers. When you purchase Pure Black Castings™, you are getting what you paid for – worm castings and nothing but worm castings.

 Pure Black Castings™ :

  • Are 100% certified organic worm castings.

  • Contain minerals and natural soil microbes with a high bio-diversity.

  • Contain no weed seeds or nematodes.

  • Are free from E-coli and Salmonella.

Want to know exactly what you are getting? Then for quality assurance and guaranteed consistency, make Pure Black Castings™ your choice.

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