Hey there, it is great to have you here! Thanks for writing about the vermicomposters.com map on your blog so early on. It is really nice to meet so many other folks who are interest in composting with worms.
It's great to see you here. I LOVE your website, it's how I found this one. I am working my way through your archive - I've learned so much, and it's so fun to "hear" your excitement and "experiments". Good luck with your business!!! (and your newborn)
Hi Bently, I just want to say hello and thanks for the effort that you put into your website. I've sure gleaned a lot of information from what you do there.
You make me want to try to do more with my worms. I've got to grow the population first. Keep up the good work.
Hi all, I am new to this site and to wormcomposting. Any tips and advice will be gratefully appreciated. Getting my bins ready anow and then will get my worms, while the bins are setting up a few days. From what I have read the red worms are the ones to purchase. Is this correct?? Thanks all
Oh my word, Im bouncing around the net and started with looking up how to best start a varity of cacti from a cutting and ended up with worms...hehe...gotta love the internet. Ive been a surfer of it for some time now. Anyways..I read this article from http://www.redwormcomposting.com/2008/01/
and was drawn in so deep I got real bummed out at the end...it seems to of stoped at that jan date..now mind you I haven't looked to see if there is a folow up on this..although there will be. just seems that you are that kind of person if you surrond yourself with people like that. Thank you for the article and this sight...never knew it was here. I hope I have found a home. OH YA... sry, my name is Kurt Breault. Thank you for the article again. I'm gonna read allot more of those and get caught up... Bye for now..Be cool jewel. Kurt
:) Hey Bentley, as always, thanks for being a wealth of info!
I'm getting ready to count my wormie friends after a 4 worm experiment- I started it 6 mos ago. I've got a few other experiments on the go... I was feeling inspired.
Hi again Bentley,
For my out door compost pile I applied vege matter, horse manure, and top dressed it with hay. I am concerned because this winter is colder than usual.
- 20's later this week. My compost pile is 10ft long and 3ft wide and 18 inches in height. Anything else I should do?
Thanks for your advice!
It's the windchill that is making it colder than usual. This is like Jan's temp
which would on the average last a week enough time for the orchards to pick their ice grapes. They only need three days of -12 to -15 to pick.
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