Tag: vermicomposting

Vermicast and Vermicast Tea

Vermicast and Vermicast Tea Vermicompost has been used for millenia. Vermicomposting is a very specific type of composting, mediated by worms. The worms that do vermicomposting are different than your true earthworms that come up when you have a heavy rain in your yard and you see the little piles of stuff where the earthworms

How to Make Vermicompost

I started normal composting and vermicomposting a year ago in 2016 where I realized that composting is a mere waste of time and vermicompost is the only “Go To” thing when you need a super rich organic fertilizer in a very short period of time. See, composting really takes a long period of time in

Joraform JK270 Composter Review

I just got done sifting some of my compost and I want to show you what I used to do this. I have a tumbling composter. This is an insulated one that can get to some pretty high temperatures without needing a large volume of compost, compared to conventional pile techniques. This is something that

What to feed your Red Wiggler Worms

What to feed your Red Wiggler Worms Vermicomposting or worm composting is a type of composting in which you feed your vegetable scraps to a certain earthworm species, namely red wigglers. What do red wiggler wormseat? Here we will give you an overview of the regime necessary ro feed your worms. What is a Red

Learn About Worm Composting With Red Wiggler Worms

Ready to get started with vermicomposting, but still have some questions about how to keep red wiggler worms? There are tons of guides online about how to compost with worms. Just do a Google search, and you’ll be overwhelmed with pages of instructions for keeping worms. The quality of these instructions varies greatly, and you’ll

Compost Worm Escape!

Compost Worm Escape! Even though I knew better, we had a compost worm escape this weekend. Red wiggler compost worms generally stay in the bedding as long as things are going well. You don’t even need a lid on the bin. But… when compost worms are first put into new bedding — and especially if