FREE HOME FARM
1 week, 2 days ago
Checking on the worm bin. The worms are doing great. I fed a few to the chickens.
1 week, 3 days ago
Petals and Wings
People start projects for various reasons. I know many people raise vermicomposting worms to be used as bait or to sell their casting, a technical term for worm poo, or just to compost. 1,116 more words
2 weeks ago
I made myself a worm bin!
It all started, many years ago, when my college roommate and I spent an unreasonable amount of time looking at worm bins at the state fair. 316 more words
1 month, 1 week ago
Yep, worm poop! Some call this stuff black gold because it’s so good for the garden. It helped my garden tremendously last year, and I swear by the stuff! 998 more words
There’s nothing better than getting crafty! We made our own vermicompost bin for the Garage 😎
It took under an hour and cost us no more than $10 (2-10 gallon plastic totes for $4 each!) to build our bin. 96 more words
1 month, 4 weeks ago
the backyard anthropologist
Composting is totally a win-win. You divert waste from already-heaving, methane producing landfills, plus you create fertiliser which enriches your soil.
When you’re ready to start, first thing is to decide where you’ll put your waste. 985 more words
2 months, 4 weeks ago