Living Soil by Sundance Harvest
Living soil is a blend of worm compost and organic amendments. Best used as a booster for your houseplants and garden. Apply every week or two as a topdressing.
What is worm compost?
Worm composting is using worms to recycle food scraps and other organic material into a valuable soil amendment called vermicompost, or worm compost. Worms eat food scraps, which become compost as they pass through the worm's body.
What is topdressing and how to apply?
Sprinkle a few tablespoons to 1 cup of Living Soil around the plants at the very top, then water. The nutrients will seep down into the plants roots and help nourish it and love it!
Want to perk up your old potting soil?
Mix 2 parts potting soil with 1 part Living Soil. Water deeply!
ABOUT SUNDANCE HARVEST
Sundance Harvest is a food justice centered, year-round, urban farm located in Toronto, Ontario. Sundance Harvest strives to provide resources, knowledge and guidance to start your own food and land sovereignty movements, create your own urban farming practice and to eradicate institutionalized racism within the food system.
Sundance Harvest’s produce is available weekly at the Dufferin Grove Farmers Market.