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Started by George. Last reply by Tom Jun 11.
I am off on my travels again. I am going to set up a worm based sanitation system in a school in Pakistan. I have no idea what the worm situation is like out there. Any advice or connects most welcome.
Posted by Claire Furlong on June 13, 2013 at 8:05am
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Posted by Connie on June 6, 2013 at 8:46pm
I've been feeding two outdoor worm bins for about three years that evolved from their original use as compost piles. So many local worms (I've assumed they're EF/EA) came into the piles to feast on the UCG, yard waste, and kitchen scraps that I stop turning them, and started top feeding the worms. The bins have been covered with plywood to keep rain from soaking them, which has worked great. The problem became that the lower reaches of the piles/bins dried to a very low moisture and…Continue
I started with 500 red wigglers in plastic bins a month ago and am HOOKED! So much so that I ordered 2 pounds of European Nighcrawlers and am anxiously awaiting them to arrive. Gotta have fishing worms. And when they aren't being used as bait, they can eat the kitchen scraps.
Not sure why am not seeing any cocoons yet. Maybe a month isn't enough time. Hmmmm....
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