BeetleJuice : Insect Frass
BeetleJuice can be used as a soil amendment, or in a compost tea. Nutrition, delivered in a natural form that plant's respond to. Insect Frass is not only great in your compost tea recipe, it's also an amazing soil amendment. Our product contains meal worm castings, the bran bedding they are grown in, and their exoskeletons.
INGREDIENTS: Mealworm Castings
- Top Dress 1/4 Cup per Square foot, or mix into soil at 1-2 tsp per gallon.
- 1 Cup per 5 gallons of water, bubble with 1oz per 5 gallons molasses or fish powder
BeetleJuice is a unique and powerful substance. Only a small amount is needed in order to benefit from the combination of the two beneficial substances. One Pound of BeetleJuice is Approximately 6 Cups.
Scientists use insect frass in barley production, proving that it has the potential to be a partial or complete NPK fertilizer substitute.
High nitrogen insect frass can increase nitrogen availability in the soil and consequently increase plant growth.
Insect frass can increase plant nitrogen uptake, add organic molecules and microorganisms to the soil, and may increase tolerance to abiotic and biotic stresses due to these additions.
The positive benefits of mealworm frass, especially its use as fertilizer and a stress tolerance inducer, is mediated by microorganisms and can be affected by the mealworm’s diet.
Frass amendments to the soil can induce different crop biotic stress responses based on variables in frass production and deposition.