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Composting With Worms

Vermicomposting, aka vermi-composting or worm composting is the practice of utilizing worms to break down waste resulting in worm castings (poop).

According to one study, when compared to conventional microbial composting, vermicomposting results in a material which has lower contamination levels (fewer toxins such as heavy metals) and is able to retain more nutrients over a longer period of time. 262 more words

Apartment Garden

DIY home worm bin - for beginners!

The next step I took in my journey to reducing my environmental impact and creating a more sustainable way of living was to begin my worm (vermicompost) bin. 1,317 more words


Worms: A Progress Report

How are our worms doing? They’re still alive! That’s good.

Are they happy? They haven’t crawled out to seek fame and fortune elsewhere, so I suppose they must be. 175 more words


The Worm Project

We’re starting a new STEAM project in the library — vermicomposting! Soon we’ll be home to a bin of wriggling red wiggler worms (Eisenia foetida… 111 more words


Checking on the worm bin. The worms are doing great. I fed a few to the chickens.


Right In The Kitchen

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

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