Here you can find all you need to know about worm composting. A new way for you to get rid of garbageStart A Worm Farm
Now let us look at the fundamentals of raising a worms for chickens. But before starting this operation, you need to know about how mealworms grow and procreate.
Now the question is what types of worms are ideal for use in a vegetable garden? Here are some of your best choices.
Two of the most common are red wigglers and earthworms. If you are curious about which worm is best for composting, keep on reading and we’ll have a quick comparison of the two.
This quick guide talks about the fundamentals of harvesting worm castings. We’ll also let you know when the right time is to do so and share some tips on how you can do it like a pro.
These are the different things you need in order to keep your mealworms alive and healthy: bedding, feed, nutrients etc.
How to store nightcrawlers for fishing. Make sure that nightcrawler worms stay alive, read on and we’ll share some tips about their proper storage!
You just have to make sure that you store worm catings the right way to make the most out of them.
Once you start seeing white bugs in the worm bin, do not panic. The first thing to do is to identify what they are. From here, you will know if they are a danger to the worms and the compost.
Let us take a look at the different ways you can get rid your worm bin of fruit flies: the vinegar trap, vacuuming, cut off their food source.
That way, you will be aware of the reproductive habits of earthworms that will make vermicomposting, the process of raising worms to produce compost, easier.
If you are looking for the best, consider red wiggler worms. Keep on reading and we’ll let you know how you can raise these worms.