Teaser shot of the new vermicomposting planter design Brian and I came up with. If you are on the RWC e-mail list, you will likely know that I have some fun vermi-gardening projects planned for this year. One such project involves the creation of a “vermicomposting planter” with the help of my good friend Brian […]…
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Worm farming is a huge step toward making your household friendly and our planet just a little greener. You will not find an easier method to do that than worm farming. Below, you will find out exactly what worm farms are and understand the advantages of worm farming. You’ll feel better about yourself knowing that you did your part to help the earth.
Individuals who are thinking about worm farms frequently use food bits so that they can be decomposed by the worm farm. What the worms excrete is called vermicompost, or castings. That is subsequently used to fertilise other places, the garden and the grass. The food scraps become worm compost, which compost is full of minerals and nutrients. That is a great alternative without using commercial fertilisers for folks and garden fans looking for an organic and 100 percent natural method to enrich soil. If you’re considering starting a worm farm, you ought to look for the two worms that are common. These are the Red Earthworm (the Lumbricus rubella) and the Red Wiggler (the Esienia foetida).
If you would like to produce a worm farm on a large scale or on a small scale it is possible to decide. You will also discover that many of the commercial farms sell the vermicompost and the worms or both the worm castings. The all-natural compost is sought after. Or, should you not care to purchase it you could make your own. With a little research on the subject you’ll become the next seller in the neighbourhood!
The great thing about worm farming is that you can take action in your own backyard. You may even take action in your kitchen, if you want. Composting bins or vermiculture bins (worm-farm bins) can be purchased on-line. Nevertheless, you can begin worm farming with a couple simple containers of your own, for example pails, plastic bins, metal containers, wooden crates and many other items.