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How to make a low-cost worm bin from buckets (Video)

Worm composting can be done on a large commercial scale or on a small scale, using a few buckets as above.  Old tyres can also be used to make a wormery (see Eco-friendly uses for old tyres).  Also see worm farm uses and an alternative video: How to make your own worm farm. Water Rhapsody […]

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Earthworm Tea…

The Gift That “Keeps On Giving”… Worm tea is made by soaking worm castings in water. Your worm farm will produce a leachate which will gather in the bottom bin of the worm farm, this is not worm tea. The leachate is a good fertiliser and our worm farms have a tap fitted to the […]

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Worm Farm Uses

Generally there are two main worm farm uses, the production of worms and the production of worm castings. There is also another reason that I have a worm farm – education. WORM FARM ADVANTAGES… When your household greens are  broken down in your worm farm no greenhouse gasses are released into the atmosphere. This means […]

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Worm Composting

Worm composting is a process where earthworms are used to process waste materials into a valuable organic fertilizer. It can be done on a large commercial scale – there are farms that produce thousands of tons a month of worm castings – or in a small worm composting bin in your garage or garden. Although […]

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How to make your own worm farm (video)

For those that prefer a video to text, watch this video on how to make your own worm farm. See an earlier post on reducing organic waste by starting an earthworm farm.

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Reduce Organic Waste, Start an Earthworm Farm!

So you’re set on going green, and want to reduce your household waste. One of the best ways to reduce your household waste is to get into vermiculture. Vermi what? Vermiculture is the grand word used to describe worm farming, Red Wiggler earthworms to be specific. But why earthworms? Earthworms take waste products and turn […]

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