Oceanside, California (PRWEB) July 19, 2007
Nature's Big Bud Worm Castings, Inc. (http://www.naturesbigbud.com) has delivered a new gardening product to the marketplace: Nature's Big Bud Liquid Worm Castings, Premium 100% Organic Liquid Plant Food. This unique organic gardening item is now available in nurseries in the Southern California area and is soon to be distributed in Arizona and throughout the Midwest.
As the use of chemical fertilizers and pesticides becomes less attractive to a growing number of 'green' minded gardeners, they are seeking alternative ways to grow plants which will produce excellent results without damaging the environment. Liquid worm castings (worm 'tea') are one of those ways - safe and effective yet non-polluting.
Nature's Big Bud Liquid Worm Castings are produced at Legacy Ranch in Campo, Ca. The process of getting this liquid worm 'tea' blend to market has been a protracted team effort headed up by owner and CEO, Lonnie M. Sole. This organic product incorporates only the highest quality India Blue worm castings, pure unfiltered mountain spring water, and Shidigera yucca extract making it unique in its class.
"This cutting edge product will produce superior results for both the home gardener and the commercial grower," says Lonnie Sole, CEO of NBBWC, Inc. "We expect superb sales … the general public is becoming increasingly aware of natural, organic gardening without using toxic chemicals." And, he says, "Plants love it; insects hate it!"
Worm castings have long been known to provide beneficial elements to plants and as a soil enhancer. The worm 'tea' blend seems to work even better as a foliate as it is quickly absorbed by the plant and rejuvenates the soil in a timelier fashion.
Nature's Big Bud Worm Castings, Inc. spokesmen proclaim their product as "Nature's miracle for growing beautiful flowers, plants, shrubs, trees and lawns safely without toxic chemicals." Yucca extract enhances the product immensely, they say, by acting as a wetting agent and it contains natural steroids beneficial to plants whereas the use of natural mountain spring water invigorates the microbes while conveying a multitude of valuable minerals to the soil and plant.
Organic gardening is a rapidly intensifying concept with sales of these type products increasing by at least 12 -15 % yearly. NBBWC, Inc. is proud to contribute. More information is available on the company's Web site at http://www.naturesbigbud.com
Maj. Dennis Copson, USMC (ret.)
Nature's Big Bud Worm Castings, Inc.
Phone: (760) 754-8183