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Vermicomposters.com is a social networking community for people who have a worm bin or compost with worms or for people who are thinking about getting started and want more information. There are… Continue
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I'm so excited! I'm finally going to get a worm farm!
In the "official" worm world I'm sure it is probably frowned upon to call it a worm farm. But it is much easier to spell than vermicomposting. The spell check thinks vermicomposting should be "overcompensating!"
I didn't grow up being green. I wasn't wasteful per say, I just wasn't aware. Then about three or four years ago a friend started talking about getting chickens. I lived in a city that…Continue
Yesterday, two friends and I visited Kathy Jacobson at Broadwell Hill Learning Center to pick up the worms for my bin. Kathy was so kind as to show us around her farm, sharing so much useful information. Everywhere you turned there was something else to look at. We had a great time and had the added benefit of taking home worms to start my new bin. Thanks, Kathy... I hope my worms will be as happy and healthy as yours.
Posted by Pam Davis on April 21, 2013 at 7:52am
Okay, so yeah, this is not the mushroom growing board, but this situation is so close to my problem with vermicomposting I had to post.
So I've got some oyster spawn spawning in coffee grounds in various containers. One, a plastic shoe box with tiny holes( my former worm box) is spawning nicely, has high humidity and I see no problems. The rest of the oyster mushroom pack that I got I decided to try to go ahead and fruit it, so I soaked it in water, put it on a bed of coffee…Continue