The humus in the worm castings extract toxins and bacteria from the soil and can fight off plant diseases.
Each worm casting has a sticky coating which prevents soil from becoming compacted or water logged.
Worm castings restores nutrients back into the soil and plants grow stronger with deeper root systems. You never have to worry about worm castings "burning" your plants like other animal manure.
Using worms speeds up the composting process. Compost piles without worms can take weeks to make humus. Castings contain more nutrients than good top soils.
Organic kitchen waste can be kept out of the landfill if used in a worm bin. If you don't have much room, a small bin can fit on a balcony, garage, basement or other suitable place.
You can also buy worm castings and worm tea (liquid fertilizer) from some garden shops or nurseries, or you can Organic Earthworm Castings online.
Don't use chemicals in your garden - use Worm Manure!