Worm Composting, Fish Poop and Sustainable Gardening, What? With all of the new terms and names coming and going in our society, most people can see the combination of worm composting and sustainable gardening. But Fish poop from aquaculture, that usually gets a reaction of EWWW! How about you, what does the term fish poop… Read more »
Posts Tagged: worm composting
Why is Worm Composting Good For Apartment Dwellers?
Why is worm composting good for apartment dwellers? I heard the following things about worm composting and would like to know if they are true: Worm composting smells bad It takes a lot of time and effort It is expensive There are laws against having farm animals in an apartment building Worms can escape from… Read more »
What is the deal with Worm Composting?
What is the deal with worm composting ? What are worm castings and why are they so popular in gardening and farming organically? Download the Audio Watch on Youtube Are you concerned about what is in those worm castings? How can you tell if worm castings are safe for your plants? Where can I buy… Read more »
Can You Share How Worm Composting Works?
Watch on Youtube Download the audio Worm composting works by recycling food and yard waste which is then put to use for your house plants, herbs or garden to feed your plants. The worms eat the compost and turn it into food for your garden or farm. This is what your plants need to live… Read more »
How To Make Worm Composting Bins?
When Heather and I built our first garden together we asked each other how to make worm composting bins. My idea was to build three large concrete bins then the tractor to scoop the compost from one to the other. Heather’s idea was to just pile on in three separate piles and move it from… Read more »
How do I set up Worm Composting Bins?
Setting up worm composting bins is easy. All you need is a box, moist newspaper strips, and worms. To figure out how to set up a worm bin, first consider what worms need to live. If your bin provides what worms need, then it will be successful. Worms need moisture, air, food, darkness, and warm… Read more »