Down on the Worm Farm
Bio Soil Farm is located in the Scotia-Glenville Industrial Park in Glenville, New York. That’s just outside Schenectady and not far from Saratoga Springs. We are easy to get to, just about 1 mile off exit 26 of the NYS Thruway (I-90). For directions, click here.
We run a year-round indoor farm where we convert tons of premium finished compost into premium worm castings and manufacture a line of liquid and solid food and soil feeding systems. Our worm population numbers in the hundreds of thousands, and their job is to eat – and excrete. We like to refer to their “output” as worm castings.
Junk Food? Not for our worms. Our worms are fed a tightly controlled diet that’s vegan, organic, and GMO-free. What’s the basis of this proprietary diet? Waste material! We use thousands of pounds of it each month, and we source much of it locally. Unlike many vermiculture operations, we don’t use any manure or sludge.
You might be wondering if worm castings emit a foul odor. They don’t! Imagine the smell of freshly turned earth, and you have the idea.
What We Sell
Our three main product lines are:
The BioSoil Difference
When you purchase BioSoil products, you’re getting a wide array of rich and complex nutrients that will help your plants grow stronger and healthier.
Most of our products are manufactured using a variety of recycled resources.
We use primarily disabled citizens for our labor force.
We use renewable resources whenever possible.
We use pond water rather than chlorinated tap water
How did you find our farm?
Generally, people find us useful if they are searching for:
- Agricultural Worms
- All Natural Fertilizer
- Organic Fertilizer
- Organic Herbicides
- Organic Pesticides
- Worm Castings Farm
- Worm Farm
- Worm Castings
- Industrial Worm Farm
I could give you tons of “geek speak” about worm castings and the benefits of worm castings for just about any agricultural endeavor, but it is more than MOST people care about. If you are interested in learning more about the Science of Earthworm Castings and How Worm Castings work as fertilizers, pesticides and soil conditioners, please click here.