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Someone wrote they kept theirs in by smearing vasoline treated with salt on the lip of the bin. Will this discourage them or kill them?
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I had been taking DE in my juice for a while. So naturally I took it with me on my trip to Hawaii. I kept it double bagged in zip locks and even put a
Two months ago I started a worm farm with 1000 worms. I have noticed that a lot of worms group together at the top of my bin, just below the cardboard
I know this will sound silly but I was just wondering if I make worm tea with castings aren't I essentially drowning a new generation of worms since the
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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
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