Worm bin horizontal migration Hi everyone and welcome. I’m down here, in my wormery, and I was going to check in on my oldest worm bin that’s right here next to me. It’s a red wiggler bin and it’s been in service, for I believe, 145 days, 155 days. I can’t even remember at this
Each chamber was filled with a different type of bedding material: Chamber #1 had leaves, #2 had cardboard, and #3 had paper. Then in went the red wiggler composting worms. Periodically water and grit (pulverized eggshell) were added. Also, as needed, additional material was loaded in when the levels dropped low. ENJOY! Use this Amazon.com
Different Ways To Compost Different Ways To Compost. If you’re curious about compost, but you don’t know either what it is or just how to get started in a practical way at home. This video is for you. Kevin Espiritu here from Epic Gardening where it’s my goal to help you grow a greener thumb.
Making compost faster Making garden compost. Welcome to the side of my house where I do all of my composting. This is where the black gold magic occurs. Now a lot of you might be questioning what’s the big deal about compost. Doesn’t it take a long time to break down? Don’t you need to
This is our Envirocycle tumbling compost bin and compost tea maker. This compost bin holds seven cubic feet of material or about 53 gallons. It’s easy to use and it spins so it creates compost really fast. It also has a base on the bottom that holds five gallons of compost tea you can choose
[WPXperVideo id=32 ] Worm composting Worm Composting. Wonderful, wondrous wiggling worms -they’re just magnificent and the starting point to healthy soil and awesome compost. Traditional compost heaps like this one here are full of them, but there is another way to turn kitchen scraps and weeds into nutrient-dense goodness – by using a wormery. Intrigued?
Vermicompting essentials Vermicomposting Now Vermicomposting is a type of composting in which certain species of worms are used to enhance the process of organic waste conversion and produce a better end-product. It is the process of using worms and micro-organisms to turn kitchen waste into a black, earthy-smelling, nutrient-rich humus. Small-scale vermicomposting is well-suited to
[WPXperVideo id=11 ] The Miracle-Gro Composter A composter review. It’s a lovely fall evening here at my backyard. It’s gonna freeze tonight but I’m pretty sure that it’s not pointless to add a bit more to this composter here. This is the Miracle-Gro dual chamber tumbling composter and I set it that way because I
[WPXperVideo id=28][WPXperVideo id=13 ] You do your part to help the environment. You recycle, you conserve water but how about a way to lessen our landfills while improving your garden plants with the Redmond green culture sixty five gallon compost bin. Made of a durable and weather resistant plastic resin it has five total panels.
What to Feed A Growing Red Wiggler Population [WPXperVideo id=21 ] Nothing is better for garden soil than worm castings. We use them in our seed starting mix. We add them by the bucket to our garden beds in the spring and we use them to make compost tea rather than buy commercially available worm