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Monday, July 6, 2009

Vermiculture (Composting With Worms)

Once you’ve had your worm bin for a few months and the worms have turned your food scraps into soil, you need to separate the worms from the compost so you can use the worms again in fresh bedding — and put the finished compost to work in your garden.

Lauren demonstrates two methods of harvesting worms and compost from a worm bin. She also shows us how to make a worm bin from a plastic Rubbermaid bin.

See Lauren’s video on starting a worm bin here.


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~Nature is my Religion~  Eccentric, Atheist, Freethinker, Paganistic (minus the god/s)  Free Spirited Old Hippie-type, A Mediocre Artist & Jewelry Maker, Writer of Bad Poetry,  Lover of Whimsy, Thunderstorms, Books, cheap Red Wine & the unconventional. I  Seek a quiet life close to Nature and grow veggies and herbs, compost, day dream. 
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