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Worm Towers
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Hey all. Do worm towers really work for bringing in native earthworms and gardening worms to a lawn or garden?  Or does the food just sit and rot in the bottom of the tube.  Any real life feedback?Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael Vormwald Jun 20, 2014.

Worm Tea - Real Deal?
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Hello all-  I've been reading about "worm tea"  basically take a pillow care of worm castings and letting it sit in warm water for a few hours and pouring that liquid on your garden beds and…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Ed Hubbard Aug 13, 2012.

Africans and Alabama Red Worms
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Hello All!  I've read of a couple of sites selling composting/gardening worms that to add worms directly to your garden soil you should stick to a Alabama Red Worm or a African Nightcrawler as they…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Hanna Aug 7, 2012.

Which Worm
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Hello All - I found this message board just browsing the internet.  I've become very interested in vermicomposting over the winter and now that its warmed up I'm ready to begin.I have a compost heap…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Wormgal May 6, 2012.


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The Worm Factory is an upward migration composting worm bin. We created this group to allow owners of the Worm Factory to discuss their experience with it and to allow others who are interested in the product to learn more about it.See More
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This group is for people who also use Cattle manure. The Pro and Cons of using this type of manure for raising worms  and vermiculture.
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This group is dedicated to promoting sustainable economic development practices throughout the Appalachian Region of the United States of America using vermicoposting and vermiculture technologies.See More
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Our worms can beat up your worms!
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55 gallon barrels, trash cans, wheeled bins, bags, or whatever else you've thought of to turn into a flow through bin!A group to discuss ideas on the making of and maintenance of flow through worm bins.See More
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the african nightcrawler worm is a great composting worm or bait worm just protect it from the cold
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All those who feel like adding coffee grounds to their worm bins or who collect and make use of Coffee Grounds are welcome here. Lets share ideas.See More
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A group for indoor vermicomposters. People who keep their worm bins in their apartment or home rather than in their garden, garage or shed.See More
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Profile Information

When did you start composting with worms?
February 20, 2012
How were you introduced to vermicomposting?
A News Article
What do your worms like to eat?
Don't have any worms yet
What kinds of worms do you have?
I'm here to figure that out.
What worm bins do you use?
None- Have a Compost Heap
How many pounds of garbage do your worms recycle each week?
Up the 5 Pounds of food scraps I'd guess.

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Herb Garden -

Here's a great picture of a raised herb garden!   Mine came out looking like a jungle compared to these beautiful orderly gardens.  lol !

Posted on August 4, 2012 at 6:20am

My Goal

I am hoping that with some planning hard work and the help of worm compost my raised veggie and herb garden can look like these wonderful garden creations next year!  I get really motivated looking at great pictures of others gardens.…


Posted on August 4, 2012 at 6:17am

More Photos

Heres a couple more photos. Thanks to some people on this forum I really got the confidence to add worm composting to my gardening and Its been really fun and its really paid off.…


Posted on August 3, 2012 at 7:51am

Going great!

I figured I'd check back in here to keep an update of how my garden went this year along with my composting efforts!

My garden was better then ever this year.  I use raised garden beds filled with loose soils and compost. I added as most worm compost as I could create which to be honest didn't seem like that much but i think it may have put me over the edge.…


Posted on August 3, 2012 at 7:44am

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At 7:08am on May 4, 2012, Rich Feiller said…
Welcome, if you live in a very warm climate you have several options, if like the rest of us you don't then red wigglers are probably your best bet.

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