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Posted by PATIENCE 3 Mar 2010 - 2:47:00 PM

I've had a worm farm for several years and it never ceases to amaze me. No matter how many scraps I put in on Saturday, the following Saturday, they are gone! It is great for people who can not have a compost heap.

Worms don't like too much moisture so make sure your farm has a spout for drainage. I use a takeaway container to collect excess water and use it (dilluted) in the watering can. It makes great fertilizer!

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Re: MURFEVERTON 20 Apr 2010 - 6:09:00 AM

I am currently doing the research before adding one to our household. Do you throw meat etc iin, or do you keep it to just vegetable matter?

Any more info folks I would greatly appreciate it!

Re: Re: ANONYMOUS USER 20 Apr 2010 - 10:48:00 AM

I just set up a new worm farm cost $25 bathtub, $30 for 500 worms, $26 soil
I would have liked to use my own soil but i couldn't find an appropriate area to dig up

Re: Re: PONDMAN 20 Apr 2010 - 3:50:00 PM

A few pics of my worm bath!

Re: PONDMAN 20 Apr 2010 - 4:16:00 PM

Here they are.

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