You’re invited!

Topic: Navigating vermi products at your place

Where: Wherever you are, via Zoom

When: Tuesday 27 February 7:30-8:30pm AEDST

Cost: FREE

We all know that earthworms and soil fertility go hand in hand.

Maybe you are trying to cultivate earthworms on your farm, orchard, or garden for this reason.

But what’s the deal with adding vermi (worm) products?

What function does applying a product serve? What are the different options, and how do you know what’s right for your place? Is there a difference between DIY and commercial products? How do worm products compare to other biostimulants and ‘natural’ products?

This free one hour webinar with Lee Fieldhouse from Island Biologicals aims to answer all these questions and more!  


What will be covered:

  • An overview of different types of vermi products out there, including DIY options
  • Why the use of vermi products offer fantastic value when it comes to inputs
  • Where, when and how vermi products are applicable to you
  • Vermi product application methods

The fine points

This will be a live event conducted via Zoom. You need to register via the Zoom link, then the nice folks from Zoom will send you an email with the access details. Those attending live will have the chance to ask Lee questions. A replay will be available for everyone who signs up, for a limited time.

About the host:

Lee Fieldhouse is the Chief Worm Wrangler (and CEO) at Island Biologicals, with ten years experience operating a commercial worm farm and helping growers get the most from their vermi systems and products. This webinar is based on the questions Lee gets asked every week by customers wondering where to start.

At Island Biologicals we make a ‘liquid vermicast biostimulant’ called Biocast, and our aim is to see the soils of Australia come alive. But, even if we expanded our operations we wouldn’t be able to supply even the needs of NSW. We want to empower you to make choices that will benefit the land and your hip pocket, to make the best choices for your place when it comes to worms.

Stay tuned for future events: Coming up in March we have a three-part course on getting your own bigger-than-a-bathtub vermi composting system up and running! Signing up to this event will add you to our newsletter, where you can keep an eye out for more information if this is of interest to you.