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Specialize in Vermicomposting

- Promotes faster and improved root growth

- Higher nutritional value and includes beneficial bacteria

- Defence against pests and diseases

- Strengthen plants’ immunity to soil-borne diseases

- Accelerates plant growth

- Promotes flowering and fruiting

- Increases soil nutrient and water retention 

- Zero smell and chemicals; 100% natural

- Reduces organic waste for a greener environment
- Improves plant and harvest quality

Quality assurance (better nutrition content) compared to other types of fertilisers.

Step 1:
Scrape the top of your plant until some roots are visible (encouraged)

 

Step 2:
Apply a layer of vermicompost on the top, cover roots if possible

 

Step 3:
Water once / twice a day. Do not leave dry

 

Step 4:
Reapply once per month or once vermicompost is fully absorbed into soil

Q1: Can I use vermicompost on all types of plants?

A: You may use vermicompost on a variety of plants: flowering, non-flowering and vegetables / fruits. It is not advised to apply on carnivorous plants.
 

Q2: When will I see results in my plant?

A: You can normally see improvements in your plant within 1 to 2 weeks after application. Water regularly.
 

Q3: Is it really safe for vermicompost to touch my plant’s roots?

A: Vermicomposting is 100% natural and is made out of organic waste; no chemicals. It is safe and also does not require dilution with water.
 

Q4: Why are my plant’s leave tuning yellow?

A: Some plants are more sensitive to vermicompost than others. In this case, mix more garden soil and reduce watering if water retention is high. Keep monitoring. Contact us if assistance is needed.
 

Q5: How to maintain vermicompost if not used?

A: Keep unused vermicompost spread out in a breathable container (e.g. plastic box or tray). Keep damp (may use damp cloth to cover) and mix regularly. Do not let it dry out as beneficial bacteria may die.


Q6: Is there a ratio of vermicompost to use for soil / fertiliser?

A: No, you may use as much as you want for either (may adjust to plant size).


Q7: Could I find insects in vermicompost?

A: As vermicomposting is a natural process, you may find small worm or insects. These are harmless towards your plants.
 

Q8: How to maintain vermicompost if not used?

A: Keep unused vermicompost spread out in a breathable container (e.g. plastic box or tray). Keep damp (may use damp cloth to cover) and mix regularly. Do not let it dry out as beneficial bacteria may die.

Q9: Can I mix vermicompost with other types of fertiliser?

A: It is not recommended to do so as side effects may occur for your plant.


Q10: When product will be ship out?

A: Once your order is placed, we will ship out within 7 days working days (Mon-Fri), excluding public holiday. You may track your order online and contact Shopee for tracking assistance.