These items are available for pick-up from our farm and pick-up locations.
Information about what items are available at each location are listed under the "Pickup Site Info" tab.
We do ship compost tea bags and worm castings. So, feel free to let USPS bring them to your door.
Please fill out the form at the bottom of the page and we will get everything set-up.
We start with a blend of wood chips and food scraps to get the right carbon/nitrogen ratio. Then, we pile the material into large aerated static piles. The material is kept above 140F for atleast 72-hours straight during the compost process to kill pathogens and weed seeds. After 90+ days of composting and curing, the compost is screened and ready for sale.
Our compost is available in bulk quantities too. It is typically screened to 1/2", but we can handle special orders. Available by the yard for pick-up at the farm or it can be delivered. Send us a message or give us a call to arrange pick-up or delivery
(Only available for pick-up at our Aberdeen location. Delivery available throughout the Baltimore and DC Metro Areas)
This container mix is great for anyone using raised beds, especially those doing Square Foot Gardening. It is 1/3 compost, 1/3 peat moss and 1/3 coarse vermiculite.
This is THE recipe prescribed for Square Foot Gardening, so if you were looking to make your own, you might want to save yourself some trouble and buy it pre-mixed!
Worm Castings are one of the best natural materials on the planet for growing plants. It's the platinum of soil amendments. And just like hard working miners toiling for Platinum, we work really long and hard to make some great worm castings.
It starts outdoors in our aerated static pile compost piles. After 3-4 weeks of composting, we dig into those piles and pull out some partially composted material for our worm bins. Our piles have been at 140F for at least 72-hours straight, killing any pathogens or weed seeds in the material.
The material then spends a couple of months in our worm bins where thousands of worms work their magic. Finally, we harvest, screen, and bag the material for your use.
These worm castings are an amazing soil amendment. It can be mixed with topsoil and used as a potting mix. It can be soaked in water and make compost tea which can then be applied as a liquid fertilizer. Use it in your garden, use it indoors, or add it to your flowers.
We are lucky to have a lot of worms and therefore a lot of worm poop. We screen the worm castings to 1/4".
For local pick-up, please fill out the form below.
If you would like worm castings shipped to you, please follow this link to our Local Harvest storefront http://www.localharvest.org/store/M40201
Compost Tea is awesome stuff. Our compost tea bag is filled with our worm castings. Since the material has been through a pathogen killing process, it is safe to apply directly to vegetable and fruit plants. It can be sprayed directly onto plants leaves or poured at the base of the plant. There aren't many substances that can do that!
Compost tea packs a punch of beneficial microbes and nutrients that help plants grow and fight some diseases.
Each tea bag makes 5 gallons of compost tea. It also comes with directions on how to brew up your tea and use it on your plants.
For local pick-up, fill out the form at bottom of this page.
To order via the internet and have it shipped to you. Please follow this link to our Local Harvest Storefront
We know, its kind of a random thing for a compost operation to have. But, we work with a coffee roaster who gets coffee delivered in these bags - so we though we should try to find a home for them. They are made from burlap and are 27" x 38". If you want to use them at home, in the garden, or for a cool craft project then grab a few.
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