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I was asked to write a blog describing how I built my 50 gallon flow through worm bin so here goes.
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A earthworm does not have a skeleton. It has bristles
Hey everyone... Just wanted to share a bit with you as I appreciate all the contributions of others. I've just been maintaining my bins (no expansion) and have three 5 gallon ones that are full to the top. It's started raining here in Portland and I've experienced the wandering worms leaving the bins, especially the completely full ones (no more room to add food). I've got to find some time to harvest them and restart those worms in a bin with more room.
I'll be putting my worms…Continue
I JUST WANTED APOLOGIZE TO ANYONE WHO WAS OFFENDED BY ME
WRITING IN ALL CAPS.
I AM LEGALLY BLIND AND IT JUST MAKES IT EASIER FOR ME TO READ.
IF THE CAPS UP SET ANYONE I WILL LEAVE THE BLOG AND NOT POST…Continue
HERE ARE A FEW PICTURES OF MY NEW COOLING SYSTEM MY HUSBAND MADE FOR ME... IT'S AN ICE CHEST CUT DOWN TO FIT UNDER THE WORM BIN WITH A PUMP AND HOSE RUNNING UP TO THE WORM BIN AND THEN I LAYERED IT IN THE BIN. I PUT ICE IN THE ICE CHEST WITH WATER AND THE PUMP PUMPS THE WATER THROUGH THE BIN AND THEN BACK INTO THE ICE CHEST…Continue
I knew it wouldn't take too long to start missing the extended growing season in Florida. It's only my third month in Michigan and with temperatures in the 40s during my morning comute, I spend the 30 minute drive trying to figure how to grow vegetables in my basement.
I took a trip to the hydroponics store this afternoon. I have no interest in growing "medicinal" plants, but the guy was helpful in explaining how to build a…Continue