If you've never heard the term "Worm Farming" then it may seem like a silly, eccentric hobby created to study the natural habits of worms.
Well that may be true to some degree, but the truth, meaning, and reason behind this quirky little phrase may be one of the greatest, yet simplest technological awakenings to hit the agricultural industry since the invention of the world's most "successful failure"...synthetic fertilizers.
Worm castings are as natural to plants as breast milk to a new born baby.
This is one of the reasons why worms are found moving in and out of the root systems of plants. They deposit the rich, microbial fertilizer that plants depend on for optimal health.
I grow abundant and tasty food without pesticides, herbicides, or chemical fertilizers. I've returned to the founding principles of successful gardening.
You too can improve the quality of your plants naturally by recycling your kitchen scraps. Simply feed it to the worms.
No matter what gardening method you use, the fact is, you WILL need worm castings (worm poop) in order to give plants the proper food they were created to feed on.
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May 09, 17 04:32 PM
Buy worms in South Carolina from a local supplier
Apr 30, 17 06:42 PM
The Beneficials is a children's story that teaches them what soil really is and why a living soil is better than chemical fertilizers.
Apr 03, 17 07:22 PM
I've done a garden off and on for years. Naturally some years were better than others but I could never seem to get it quite right. Using typical chemical
Mar 22, 17 10:16 PM
I have no idea what this is in my worm bins. I have taken all my worms out - cleaned the bins - and put when worms back in. Within a week these shells
Mar 06, 17 06:03 PM
I am an Environmental Engineering student at Wilkes University in North Easter PA. I have been given the responsibility of developing a Vermiculture system
Feb 24, 17 12:49 PM
I don't put anything in my worm bin that might have fruit fly eggs in it. This means most fruit waste. I feed that to my chickens.