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"How to Create a Worm Farm That Works!"
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A simple, straight forward 'How-To' Guide to establishing a successful and productive Worm Farm using compost worms, to recycle your family's organic household waste.Due to compost worms preference... More > for manures,kitchen waste, mulch, leaf litter and other decomposing organic material to live in, they are our perfect waste converter companions and best harnessed to do this job by being placed into a ‘managed’ worm farm, rather than released directly into the soil.The benefits of creating a worm farm will be felt not only by your own household, but also by your garden productivity and our natural environment. Why not start one today?< Less
Worm Farming for Beginners: Vermiculture Starter Guide: Become a Backyard Worm Farmer Make and Sell Natural Worm Compost
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Are you curious what worm farming is and what it takes to get started? Can it really be fun and profitable? These are just a few questions I had before I started worm farming. You will see that... More > starting in worm farming is easy and fun! You will discover all the benefits of vermicomposting, it's many uses, and how to turn it into a fun and profitable hobby. Weather you take advantage or vermicompost for fishing bait, or a source of food for feeding your wild birds, feeding those backyard chickens or fish, or just fertilizing your organic backyard garden. This is a fun and enjoyable hobby anyone can learn. Getting started is easy so start now! Generate income and promote a healthy ecosystem and a healthy life. Get your copy today!< Less
Discover How To Create A Worm Farm From Scratch!
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If you want to learn to create your own quality organic soil and use it when you need to, this guide, “Worm Farming - Beginners Guide to Starting a Worm Farm”, has all that you need to... More > know about worm farming and how it relates to green living. There are other things in this guide that you will need to know about worm farming. They include: - Items you need to create a worm farm - The kind of container you need to set it up - What is bedding and what is used to make it - What kind of waste is prohibited from putting in the compost - Why you cannot use glossy paper for the bedding Composting is part of the green living concept. It is part of the recycling method when the worms are consuming the organic waste. The compost when complete can also be used as fertilizer for plants and gardens. Since this is an organic mix, you don’t have to concern yourself with pesticides and other chemicals that would affect your plants and gardens.< Less
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