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Two Week update with Red Wigglers and European Nightcrawlers

Well, it’s been two weeks since we started the 10 worm multi-level experiment with Red Wigglers and European Nightcrawlers.  Since we started with juvenile worms we were not really expecting much change this soon. 
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10 Worm Multi-Level Experiment with Red Wigglers and European Nightcrawlers

Experiment Explained This 10 worm multi-level experiment will be done with Red Wigglers and European Nightcrawlers.  There will be six containers ...
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Organic Gardening with Worm Compost

If you are someone who greatly desires to provide your family with quality food.  Food that does not have pesticides and other chemicals in it.  F...
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The Benefits of Vermicompost – A Nutrient-rich Material

Vermicomposting Vermicomposting, also know as worm compost, is the process in which worms turn organic waste into very high quality compost.  Sp...
Composting with Worms is Easier than You Think

Composting with Worms is Easier than You Think

In this Article, Renee Elder researches and interviews some of the front runners in Worm Composting, Vermicomposting.  Bentley Christie, who has o...
Worm Composting Basics by Cornell University

Worm Composting Basics by Cornell University

WORM COMPOSTING BASICS What is worm composting? Worm composting is using worms to recycle food scraps and other organic material into a valuabl...
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Why Compost Food Waste with Worms?

WHY COMPOST FOOD WASTE WITH COMPOSTING WORMS? Worms promote a natural process of decomposition. Decomposition is the breakdown of material into a ...
What is Worm Composting, Vermicomposting?

What is Worm Composting, Vermicomposting?

  Worm Composting Worm Composting is the process of converting what we call waste into compost, but not just any compost, the best compost there i...