Perennials- Above their root zone, use 1/2 cup of worm castings per plant into the soil. Wield in spring and mid-summer.
Vegetables & Annuals (flowers)- till 2 lbs to every 10 square feet of soil. Till down no more than six inches. Only add castings where the plants and roots will be.
 
New seeds & Potted Plants- 1 part worm castings, 3 parts soil.
Established Hanging & Potted Plants- Top dress with 1-2 inches of worm castings. Reapply every 2 or 3 months.
New Lawns- Top-dress 10 pounds of castings for every 100 sq. ft. Water in well. Apply once every two years.
Established Lawns- Top-dress 10 pounds of castings for every 100 sq. ft. Apply once every two years.
Established Roses- For every plant, add 3-4 cups of worm castings and lightly till into soil.
New Roses, Trees, Berries, & Shrubs-  When planting or transplanting, mix 1 part to 3 parts soil. Apply in new dug hole and spread roots over the mix.
House plants- For small plants, add 1-2 tablespoons of worm castings to the surface. Water in well. For medium sized plants, add 2-4 tablespoons of worm castings to the surface, Water in well. For large plants, add 4-10 tablespoons of worm castings to the surface. Water in well.