Davley Organics was pleased to welcome the Lowveld Clivia Club over the weekend.
The day included a talk by David from Davley Organics, covering the processes involved on the farm, the infrastructure and Davley Organics’s products, Vermicast the dark rich organic fertilizer produced by the wriggly workforce and Worm Tea, the nutrient rich fertilizer leachate.
David’s talk was followed by a Question and Answer session with many very interesting questions raised. We hope to include some of these in one of our future Q&A articles.
For further information on the Lowveld Clivia Club, please see their Facebook page for more info and their contact details.
Many thanks to Paul Kloeck and the Clivia Club.
All the best
The Davley Organics Team.
Davley Organics is please to announce the arrival of our lovely new bags.
Bag sizes remain the same in 20 and 40 decimetres, with the added advantage of being a lot more durable.
Sparkly white and elegantly printed in an eye catching black and green with our logo and all the details you need to get planting.
We are very excited to restock our retailers with our lovely new bags, so rush out there and empty those shelves.
Don’t forget to ask for us by name, its Davley Organics, The Good Stuff!
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Here at Davley Organics we have had an increasing interest in our Vermileachate, commonly known as Worm Tea.
So what is Worm Tea, how do you use it and what are its benefits over a conventional organic fertiliser like Vermicast (Worm Castings).
Like Vermicast, Worm Tea is a highly concentrated liquid fertilizer , high in nutrient and containing all the healthy microbes that plants thrive on helping them absorb available nutrient.
Worm tea is produced by the irrigation water that leaches through our wormeries carrying nutrient and all the goodness of Vermicast with it.
Vermicast (Fertilizer) and Worm Tea (Liquid Fertilizer) both come with their own unique properties that make them useful in different areas.
Vermicast is a powdered fertilizer, easy to apply by hand, containing worm cocoons, baby worms and natural microbes for soil reconditioning and the creation of a healthy natural biome.
Worm Tea or Vermileachate is a concentrated yet gentle liquid fertilizer, containing all the nutrient and natural microbes your plants need. Easy to dilute and water your plants using your current irrigation methods.
So why choose Worm Tea over a conventional organic fertilizer?
Worm tea makes a perfect feed for your potted plants. The lack of baby worms means that you won’t have baby worms breading out in the confined space of your potted plants and is easily added to you normal house plant watering routine.
Perfect for hydroponics, it is easily added to your current setup, is nutrient rich, contains microbes that are lacking in chemical hydroponic systems and increase the efficient uptake of the available nutrient. As a natural material, there is an abundance of micronutrients in worm tea that plants require, all in plant available formats that are vital in a hydroponic system.
Easily added into your existing irrigation setup, Worm Tea is gentle and can be used as a foliar feed sprayed over your plants with the added benefit of chasing off pests, or watered at the root base putting nutrient directly into the soil.
For irrigation as simple as a watering can to a large commercial fertigation setup, Vermileachate (Worm Tea) is a perfect rocket fuel for your plants, containing all the nutrient your plants need with the added benefit of a microbial component meaning you get more bang for your buck. Higher nutrient absorption and less leach away.
For the garden, contact your nearest retailer to get your hands on some Worm Tea today.
Our commercial customers can contact us directly to discuss how we can assist you and your business and book a visit for an onsite assessment.