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Setting Up a Worm Farm (Printable Step-by-Step Guide)


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  • YDavis - Worms…eeewww…just kidding! Worms are great for the garden!
    I was shovelling a pile of dead grass a few weeks ago and while doing that I saw quite a few worms. Each time I saw one, I would take it to my garden. I was doing that back and forth, I’m pretty sure my neighbors thought I had gone mad.ReplyCancel

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  • Fishing Guy - Lacy: What a great idea, I do compost so do get the worms working in the garden.ReplyCancel

  • Amy - I’ve been considering worm farming lately, mostly because it would be wonderful for my chickens to have them for treats. I couldn’t handle them (yuck), so would have to talk hubby into helping. hum….still in the thinking mode.ReplyCancel

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  • Willow - How much compost/worm castings do you had per gallon/litre of water and how long do you let it steep? Thanks your website is super cute!ReplyCancel

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