Tag: vermicomposting

Little windows

There’s a little problem with reusing other people’s paper.

Worm castles

We bought three worm castles because they’re an easier way to work with worms that’s a bit easier on your back. Here’s some details on them.

Lotsa babies! 

With all the crazy weather of late, I decided to drop by the Gawler Community House, where I look after the garden that supplies the kitchen with fresh, seasonal vegetables for their community meals. Part of my job is to keep the worm farm running smoothly,… Continue Reading “Lotsa babies! “

Freezing veggies for the worms

Our friend, Annie, who breeds composting worms gave me a great tip a while back. It’s one I’ve been following and it works a treat. The tip is to freeze the vegetable scraps that are going to be fed to your worms. Then thaw… Continue Reading “Freezing veggies for the worms”

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