Scatter the Red Worms on top of the soil in your garden, lawn, potted plants, or place in your composter. Release in the evening after watering the release area. The Red Worms will burrow into the softened earth to begin soil improving tasks, or if they are being released into a compost pile they will start to eat your garbage.
Each worm ingests its weight in organic matter every 24 hours. Its intricate digestive track makes it possible for the Red Worms to excrete highly nutritious fertilizer known as “castings”. These castings are one of the best sources of nutrients known to man, containing a highconcentration of essential nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous, magnesium, and calcium