Moles & Crazy Snake Worms

September 29, 2014 in Uncategorized by Stacy  |  No Comments

Mole eating wormsWe are receiving calls daily regarding lawns and landscapes that are infested with moles. We are trying to find out why there is all of a sudden such an increase of moles. It could be grubs but our conclusion is that it is more than likely from the presence of invasive Crazy Snake Worm that is invading our Connecticut soils. These worms deplete the nutrients that beneficial organisms and worms, such as night crawlers, need to survive and keep the soil healthy. Its good that the moles are potentially going after the Crazy Snake Worms but its unfortunate that the moles are destroying the lawns and landscapes in the process. We have products to manage both the moles and the Crazy Snake Worm with all natural products. We recommend 2-3 applications for best results. The Crazy Snake Worms produces different generations throughout the year and overwinters eggs. That is why we recommend multiple applications. Please give us a call today for a quote to manage both moles and the Crazy Snake Worm. SAMSUNGTo learn more about the Crazy Snake Worm, check out our blog post

Vermicompost: A Living Soil Amendment

August 14, 2014 in Blog by Stacy  |  No Comments

The Benefits of Vermicompost

August 14, 2014 in Blog, Gardening Tips by Stacy  |  No Comments

  Vermicomposting  is the process in which worms turn organic wastes into very high quality compost. Certain species of worms such as Red Wigglers are a species of earthworm adapted to decaying organic material. These worms thrive in rotting vegetation and compost. The worms create Vermicast also called worm castings is the end-product of the breakdown of organic matter by the worms. Vermicompost contains water-soluble nutrients and it is an excellent, nutrient-rich organic fertilizer and soil conditioner.

Benefits of Vermicompost:red wigglers


  • Improves soil aeration
  • Enriches soil with micro-organisms
  • Microbial activity in worm castings is 10 to 20 times higher than in the soil and organic matter that the worm ingests
  • Attracts deep-burrowing earthworms already present in the soil
  • Improves water holding capacity
  • The castings are rich in humic acids, which condition the soil and help balance pH
  • Improves nutrient recycling

Plant growth

  • Enhances germination, plant growth, and crop yield
  • Improves root growth and structure
  • Enriches soil with micro-organisms
  • Finished vermicompost can be mixed directly into the soil as a soil amendment, as plant medium or used to make compost tea.

    vermicompost 1

    Harrington’s Finished Vermicompost


  • Provides plants with essential  nutrients and aids in the suppression of plant diseases
  • Worm castings contain five times more nitrogen, seven times more phosphorus, and 11 times more potassium than ordinary soil, the main minerals needed for plant growth

At Harrington’s, we manufacture high quality finished Vermicompost. We sell specialized mixtures of Vermicompost with added humate, fulvic acid, kelp, sea-salt, and beneficial bacterial and fungal inoculums which enrich the compost with essential trace elements and microbial foods and promote a healthy and diverse soil foodweb community. We also make our compost tea extract from our vermicompost which is a main component of our lawn and plant health care services.


Harrington’s Vermicomposter




All the fertile areas of this planet have at least once passed through the bodies of earthworms.”  

Charles Darwin 1881

Symphony of the Soil

August 12, 2014 in Blog by Stacy  |  No Comments

Give Bees a Chance

August 6, 2014 in Blog by Stacy  |  No Comments

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