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Mid America Compost Co. is located in St. Louis (South County), MO 63125
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5 Comments

Christoper Gasperi

thanks for sharing this information.have shared this link with others keep posting such information..

Victor Hugo

Greetings from Lima, Perú. I’m interested in starting a worm farm on my cattle ranch here in Lima. Do you ship worms to Perú?

William Barber

Just finished watching your you tube video on the Worm Factory 360 and had a question regarding the “tea” you collect when you pour water through it. One You Tube user talks about how good a fertilizer it makes when diluted and fed to your plants…. another talks about how toxic it is and not to use it unless your percolate air thru it for 24 hours…. what’s your assessment on the suitability of using it straight from the drain valve, but diluted….?

Joshua Vinson

Unfortunately I do not ship live worms to Peru. Sorry

Joshua Vinson

The liquid that comes out of the base of a WF360 is NOT worm tea. It is Leachete and it is toxic to plants. Worm tea on the other hand, is great for plants. This is made by steeping worm castings in water and aerating the water to get the microbes oxygen for a period of time and then adding the liquid to the plants.


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