Biocast: liquid vermicast biostimulant
By Island Biologicals
“The health of the soil, plant, animal and man is one and indivisible”
Sir Albert Howard
What is Biocast?
Biocast is a liquid vermicast biostimulant. What that means is that we’ve extracted our high-quality worm poo (cast) into water, and with it all the life-stimulating compounds produced by the worm and associated microbes. These include living microbes (bacteria, fungal spores, and protozoa), growth-stimulating hormones, enzymes, autoinducers, fulvic acid and trace minerals. These all work together to benefit plants and soil life. Biocast can be applied as a foliar, seed dressing, transplant drench or through fertigation systems.
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Made in the Manning by Island Biologicals
Biocast is made by Island Biologicals. We are an Australian, family-owned and operated company based on Oxley Island, part of the beautiful Manning Valley of NSW. Our founder and Chief Worm Wrangler is Lee Fieldhouse, who has a passion for working with natural processes to bolster food production.
Our mission is to help Australian farmers add more life to our land by reconnecting with and working with natural processes when growing plants.
News & grower stories
This week our daughter Coralie turned 1. She got gifts from grandparents, aunts and uncles, but not a thing from us. That's because we're buying her (part of a) forest. Watching her play, we know Coralie is best entertained at this age by real world things - chairs...
Delwyn Thomas. Horticulturist, Floriculturist and design Florist, author of 'What Cut Flower is That'. "Almost three years ago in late spring, Lee offered to spray my garden with Biocast+. Within a few days I was fascinated to notice there was no powdery mildew on the...
Peter Bisoglio. Former owner and grower at Forest Glen Roses, Glenorie. "As a former nurseryman and cut flower grower I am quite passionate about and spend considerable time planting , maintaining, tending and extending my garden, I grow a range of vegetable crops to...
Gabriel and Fiona Poole, Pinnacle Nursery Wingham. "We grow cut flowers in coco peat bags and pots in a semi hydroponic system. In about April 2015 we started using the Biocast through the fertigation system. Though we were quite sceptical and reluctant at first,...
You may not have considered it, but regenerative agriculture applies even to worm farmers, like me. I love being part of people’s regenerative journeys, and it has reinvigorated my passion for what we do. Our farm is on Oxley Island, an island in the delta of the...
> If you have a Biocast story to share we would love to hear it! Call or email Lee on 0427 197 596 or firstname.lastname@example.org
One of our favourite parts of business is chatting with people interested in exploring biological solutions. We are happy to discuss how Biocast or our other products and services apply in your particular situation, so please contact us today!