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Worm Composting

Learn the art of worm composting and turn your kitchen scraps into valuable organic fertilizer. Discover step-by-step instructions, tips, and tricks to start your own worm composting system and reduce waste in a sustainable way.
Vermicomposting, or composting with worms, is easy, fun, and sustainable! Create amazing "black gold" organic fertilizer for your garden with a simple and inexpensive tote worm bin. Read along to learn how to create and maintain a simple worm bin at home, including tips for extreme weather conditions, what to feed (or not feed) worms, where to get compost worms, how to harvest and use worm castings, and more! #wormbin #compost #wormcompst #vermicompost #wormcastings #compost #gardentips Compost Bin Diy, Compost Soil, Compost Tea, Garden Compost, Composting At Home, Worm Composting, Composting Methods, Organic Gardening Tips, Organic Fertilizer

Vermicomposting, or composting with worms, is easy, fun, and sustainable! Create amazing "black gold" organic fertilizer for your garden with a simple and inexpensive tote worm bin. Read along to learn how to create and maintain a simple worm bin at home, including tips for extreme weather conditions, what to feed (or not feed) worms, where to get compost worms, how to harvest and use worm castings, and more! #wormbin #compost #wormcompst #vermicompost #wormcastings #compost #gardentips

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Deanna Talerico | Homestead and Chill
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One of the challenges that's present with vermicomposting is the filtering out of the worm castings and the worms themselves. As these little guys usually sneak under the organic waste, it can be a challenge to separate them out without accidentally missing any. Despite this, one simple way to sift the worms out is to add food to one side, and like a magnet, the worms will gradually migrate over towards the foods. We can then make little mounds & sort out the castings on the other side. Comp

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Michael Rümmler

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