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Worm Inns for sale

I have 3 Worm Inns I want to sell, but I don't want to have to ship them anywhere.  I'm in Des Moines, Iowa.  Is this a good place to do that, or would you recommend another site?Thanks!Continue

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Worm Inns for sale

I have 3 Worm Inns I want to sell, but I don't want to have to ship them anywhere.  I'm in Des Moines, Iowa.  Is this a good place to do that, or would you recommend another site?Thanks!See More
Jul 28
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Sep 26, 2012
Deb replied to betsy kendrick's discussion Need some advice on ant infestation
"you can probably use tulle - that's what appears to be the screen material on the top of my worm inn.  very cheap - about $1 per yard - in the fabric section of walmart.  i have fiberglass window screen attached with clothespins to…"
Jun 16, 2012
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Worm Inn users

This group is for those who use the Worm Inn.You can discuss various topics about the system,techniques,upgrades,worms you use in one,etc.See More
Jun 9, 2012
Lee Jolliffe left a comment for Deb
"Oh, so, um.... Bedding is a general habitat for the worms, like leaves, peat moss, shredded damp paper, and/or soaked and torn up cardboard. Food is kitchen scraps, horse or chicken poo, and... the bedding!  And my compilation of…"
May 29, 2012
Lee Jolliffe left a comment for Deb
"Be happy to share some "bed run" (i.e., all ages) Euros with you. But not in DM again until this Saturday. Perhaps Sunday or next week? Meanwhile, prep a bin--get yourself a Rubbermaid tub and start saving your kitchen scraps (except…"
May 29, 2012
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May 26, 2012
Christine left a comment for Deb
"Welcome Deb,  I am new to this worm community as well, and have hardly begun to learn all that there is to learn. Have fun!"
May 26, 2012
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May 25, 2012

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When did you start composting with worms?
May 16, 2012
How were you introduced to vermicomposting?
can't remember - interested for several years
What do your worms like to eat?
melons, banana peel, corn cobs
What kinds of worms do you have?
red wigglers
What worm bins do you use?
Rubbermaid box & Worm Inn
How many pounds of garbage do your worms recycle each week?
1-2 pounds

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At 4:50am on May 26, 2012, Christine said…

Welcome Deb, 

I am new to this worm community as well, and have hardly begun to learn all that there is to learn. Have fun!

At 7:24pm on May 29, 2012, Lee Jolliffe said…

Be happy to share some "bed run" (i.e., all ages) Euros with you. But not in DM again until this Saturday. Perhaps Sunday or next week? Meanwhile, prep a bin--get yourself a Rubbermaid tub and start saving your kitchen scraps (except pineapple) and pet hair. (I have a huge post on what worms will eat, somewhere on here, probably under my Profile.) If you don't have any leaves left over from fall, you can start with some of mine; heaven knows, I have plenty!

More Sunday; I'm at 277-4201 here.

At 7:27pm on May 29, 2012, Lee Jolliffe said…

Oh, so, um.... Bedding is a general habitat for the worms, like leaves, peat moss, shredded damp paper, and/or soaked and torn up cardboard. Food is kitchen scraps, horse or chicken poo, and... the bedding!  And my compilation of everyone's ideas of what red worms should and shouldn't/won't eat is under my BLOG listings. Believe me, it was a group effort with much kindly editing. Possibly see you Sunday.

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