Either way I have the need and want to use TerraCycle products. Last year I truly felt the natural fertilizer provided good results. Enough so that I wanted to only put those into use again on our lawn and garden. The only thing stopping me from doing so is product availability. Lets not even get into the fact that the only new TerraCycle item I’ve been able to find so far this year is the worm castings. Even though this company has released a large number of new products including eco-friendly cleaners. Good luck finding any of these in Central Illinois.
I’m wanting at the very least their new tree fertilizer. I’m also wanting the large versions of the lawn and garden fertilizer. I’ve not been able to find either of these this year so far. I’m almost empty with the TerraCycle liquid worm poop lawn fertilizer large bottle pictured above. I have maybe enough to do the front portion of our lawn one more time. That bottle was purchased late in the season last year. We bought most of the local Wal-Mart’s supply.
From what I’ve seen there should be less chance of any fertilizer run off with TerraCycle. If you spray some on concrete and let it sit for awhile. You will see that the product crystallizes. My thought is this helps the product to better stay in place and deliver the natural fertilizer to the lawn or plants. After doing a bit of reading online and off, plus watching one television show I’m thinking that TerraCycle is basically a compost tea. There may be a few things that make the TerraCycle product different from other compost tea. But I think the general principle is the same.
To me the TerraCycle product is a good example of how things should be done. Finding a way to put waste product into use instead of just putting things into a landfill. I think many people have been using concepts similar to TerraCycle for some time now. However as far as I’m aware no one has really gone into major mass production like this company has. What is good to see is a company finding a way to use recycled material to make a market that should make recycling an even more worthwhile option.
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