Little plant stories
Unfortunately, we are not yet able to publish our own official studies or display them in great graphics. What we can show you, however, are real stories and successes that we or our customers have already collected with humus and worm tea :) Be inspired and marvel at what is still possible with you.
The mega basil
One of the reasons why we started with vermicompost was a friend who has been practicing it for 20 years and who owns several basils that are over 1 m high and 60 cm in diameter. Basil is a high eater and therefore a good indicator of nutrients in the soil. She gives her basil water with a little humus once a week and that's the result. Wow huh?
Lettuce and herbs
This year the balcony garden and the first salad projects have really grown in popularity. Maybe you started something new this year. This photo shows a comparison experiment with lettuce and herbs with and without humus. You can guess 3 times what is where :) To date, the upper row has been harvested twice while the lower row is still growing. #powerofhumus
... to be continued
Let's make everything colorful!
One of the reasons we started vermicompost was a friend who has been doing it for 20 years and has several basil plants that are over 1m tall and 60cm in diameter. Basil is a heavy feeder and therefore a good indicator of nutrients in the soil. She waters her basil with a little hummus once a week and this is the result. wow right?