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Gardening for your survival (Part 2)

Why’s Gardening So Important Now? (See Gardening for your Survival Part 1) There are at least five reasons why more of us should take up spade, rake and hoe, make compost and raise good soil and garden beds with a vengeance, starting this spring and with an eye toward forever. 1) Peak oil. Most petroleum […]

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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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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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