About Texas Worm Farm - red wigglers for sale
Texas Worm Farm is located in Central Texas just outside Austin in Georgetown. All our worms are raised in a rich, dark compost that we make ourselves. We have a landscape maintenance business, Greener Image, that generates lots of leaves and grass clippings which we use to make our homemade compost. We strive to do our part and compost all our waste instead of adding more to the landfills. We also use this compost to topdress turf on the properties we maintain. We sell European and African night crawlers and red worms (red wigglers). All have a voracious appetite which makes them great composters and they stay lively on a hook in the water which makes them great fishing worms.
With all these worms comes a wonderful byproduct. As the worms eat the compost it is digested and excreted in a rich, natural product called castings. We screen all our compost at the end of a cycle several times.
We first screen out the worms and anything larger than 1/2" and then through a 1/4 inch screen to remove eggs, smaller worms and any undigested compost. The last screen is a 1/8 screen which assures that the only thing making it to the end are the castings.
Castings are an excellent organic fertilizer that can be used on houseplants, flowers and even your yard. The castings are full of microbial activity and micronutrients. Our castings are sent to the lab at Texas A&M where we receive an analysis of the nutritional value.
We also take the castings a step further and make an all natural tea. We use 1 lb of castings per gallon of water and add a little molasses to make a tonic your plants will love. We spray this on some properties that our company, Greener Image, manages and are always amazed at the results! We make the tea weekly or as demand dictates so it is always fresh and "alive"!