"I've found the best harvesting method is a few kids (neighborhood kids, grandkids...whatever you can find) I have a couple grandkids who can harvest faster than a one-armed oyster shucker! We use the light harvesting method. The promise of ice…"
"Ah! I gave my iPod touch to my niece, so can't test it. I'm fairly certain the 4th generation touch can be upgraded to iOS 5 and you should then be able to reply to the forum. No Siri or dictation, though. You have to get the new iPhone…"
"Cassandra, the few times I've tried light harvesting I did it over a period of many hours. I just set a timer for 30 min. and kept on coming back to the tray to scrape material from the top until there was a gob of worms at the bottom. The…"
"Thanks so much Larry. I knew coir was part of the solution! I just wrote a post where I mention that I add it to the bin getting toward harvest because it keeps the mix "light". Yeah, coir and grits. I'm gonna…"
"This one is similar to mine, except mine is about 1/3 the size.
I'm going to look around and see if I can find one on-line like it.
The only problem with mine is that there is no worm…"
"I use a jet harvester that does a nice job.
It looks like your compost harvester is similar.
One trick is to let the vermicompost dry out a bit before using the harvester."
Hello. I recognized your picture from Linkedin group about vermicomposting. I was reading the posts about the two day S.C. about business info on this stuff. I was thinking about going. It's to far for me though- maybe I'll get the book. Anyway nice to meet you.