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Reading the Keep it Simple Aerated Compost Tea brewer and it states thatHydrogen Peroxide or Bleach is recommended to clean the brewing equipmentimmediately after use. Would Vinegar clean the…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by Leigh Mar 11, 2011.
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Posted on March 7, 2011 at 7:42pm
Soon spring will be here in Nagano. We have had a bout of Spring at the end of February, but it set to go cold again this week. Anyway, soon enough people will start returning to their gardens,
I get really frustrated when I notice the local garbage despension points are piled up with bags of weeds and garden "waste" on Sunday evenings. I have made use of a few bags of garden leaves, which I used to insulate my outdoor worm bin this winter.
Many of the bags…Continue
Posted on February 28, 2011 at 8:00pm
I collect Coffee grounds from a couple of Burger restaurants on a daily basis.
I have been composting a large amount of it over the winter with a few hundred kilos of leaves through the winter.
Last year I piled most of it in a heap in the back garden, mixed in with some of last years leaf mulch.
The back garden pile definately was a popular hang out for worms. I covered the pile over the winter months with some Rice straw and a tarp and it was buried under snow…Continue
Posted on February 23, 2011 at 7:08pm — 2 Comments
I have a small colony of BSF active in my worm bins. Have found they are difficult to displace and the end product in the bin is not the same as it used to be as it gets more moist at the bottom of the bin.
Have been reading Dr Paul Olivers findings about the potential benifits of having these characters in your worm bins.…Continue
Posted on February 21, 2011 at 10:54pm — 12 Comments