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I live in south central Florida, I have a Rubbermaid tub bin, and my worms have been doing well for the last 2 years bedded in shredded newspaper. I
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The Beneficials is a children's story that teaches them what soil really is and why a living soil is better than chemical fertilizers.
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
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
I am an Environmental Engineering student at Wilkes University in North Easter PA. I have been given the responsibility of developing a Vermiculture system
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.
Something is digging tunnels in my worm bin in my basement. I saw an ermine in my house on 2 occasions, and am wondering if they are the culprit.
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Hi there, I started my worm cafe about a month or so ago. My other half took the frozen scraps (I read that if you freeze them, then defrost, they'll
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I have a small business growing tomato, pepper, and vegetable starts for farmers and local folks each spring. Because I use only organic products and no
I just purchased the coloring book and absolutely LOVED it! I started worm composting to teach my son about recycling and it took off. Now I am working
I have a small business growing tomato, pepper, and vegetable starts for farmers and local folks each spring. Because I use only organic products and
I have 8 months time and obviously no experience with worms ( other than for fishing). Now I want to make worm poop for me, family, and friends. I have