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Perspectives on composting from UGACR

Why compost? It’s a simple question so let me provide you with a straight forward answer. 1,047 more words


Growing Bella Broccoli

My recollections of helping tend the family vegetable gardens while growing up on a small rural farm in North Idaho don’t involve the planting of broccoli. 1,895 more words



We found out that the last book Charles Darwin wrote before he died was all about worms and how they help change our environment. Just like Darwin has taught us, we want to find out for ourselves if what he said is true! 42 more words


A Guide To Attracting Worms To Your Garden

A good colony of earthworms can make your garden more productive.  The benefits of worms in the garden are numerous: worm compost is rich in nutrients, helps repel slugs and bugs, and even protects plants from some diseases.  326 more words


How to find out if your garden grubs are friends, foes ... or a meal

Recently, a member of our Facebook gardening group found new residents in his garden: grubs.

Jeff Galios is known as our group’s pepper guru, and he found the fat, white, quarter-sized grubs in a planter. 831 more words


Leaves, leaves and MORE leaves!!

That’s my husband. He was facing forward and waving but I told him he didn’t need to do that :-D
No matter that he’s in the picture it absolutely does… 876 more words


ICT & Science: How the Eco Warriors are using tech to save the environment

This week, the Eco Warriors, are going to be shooting material for their educational videos about compost.

Since September, we have been developing a small, portable worm composter that we will be selling to the families at DESK at the annual Christmas Market in two weeks. 85 more words