Welcome to the adventure of vermicomposting! You will really enjoy the benefits of it.
We run a commercial scale redworm farm and also teach small scale vermicomposting to individuals, school and clubs. Worms…"
Simple living is the art of appreciating things that bring us joy and letting go of extra activities and stuff that bring nothing to our lives. It's the act of living intentionally, which means that you have only the things you need and you live according to your values. See More
"the don't list, meat, fat/grease/oil, bones, citrus, fresh coffee grounds. these are all too hot
the do list everything else, freeze first to help break down the cells and mix with 2 parts decade leaves
start a leaf pile and only add coffee…"
"Table scraps are typical non animal scraps. Manure is also a favorite of some worms. In US the earthworm will mostly break down tree leaves, while the red worm will eat / break down more of a variety of vegetation and manure."
"Peter, I switched to horse manure for bedding some time back and it make the worms FAT - i still feed them a regular veggie scraps diet but the HM is THE WAY to GO!!! Make sure any manure you get is from horses who have not had worm shots or…"
Can anybody advise what compost i should use when starting a worm farm?I have looked on the internet though everybody seems to advise something different. Please help!It needs to be something i can purchase in Britain. Any help is greatly appreciated. Kind regards PeteSee More