Mother Earth News article

Mother Earth News does a nice job on providing more ideas for those who are looking to make compost with OR without worms. As we get into the fall with more leaves dropping, now is the time to capitalize on […]

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Part 3

As I wrap up my short story about my Worm Farming adventures, I would like to share my production levels and some other hopefully helpful insight on raising Red Wigglers for casting production. Also, my plans for expansion. We have […]

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Worm Farming Path part 2

Somewhere along this point I began to realize that monetizing on Worm sales, waste pick-up, and Worm Castings sales, was incongruent with how I wanted to farm the worms. What I found out is that bin management for Worm Casting […]

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Worm Farming Path part 1

I wanted to take minute and share my path with Red Wiggler Worm Farming for the production of Worm Castings. My process has somehow evolved a little differently than I had originally planned when I got into Worm Farming. I […]

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A Book on Worm Farming

I have read just about all the books out there on the subject of raising worms. If you name it, I’ve probably read it. I would like to pass along what I considered a pretty informative and comprehensive guide to […]

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Honda Tiller FC600 Overview

I picked this Honda tiller up at the Home Depot here in St. Louis. I am very pleased with it so far and think that it will add a lot of value to my gardening in the seasons to come. […]

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Honda Generator eu2000i Overload

I know this doesn’t seem like it has much to do with worm farming but, this was a test to see if I could run an electric chainsaw off of my generator. Of course this has more to do with […]

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Worm Castings on Hale Haven Peachtree

In zone 7b a customer is using our Worm Castings on his Hale Haven Peachtree. He also provided some photos for us to see how he applied the organic fertilizer to his established tree. The tree was planted 2 years […]

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Using Worms in the Garden

I often get asked about putting Earthworms or Red Wigglers into the garden. Earthworms (nightcrawlers) are wonderful in the garden. Give them some leaf litter to live underneath and they will constantly digest your garden soil, aerating it to relieve […]

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