Worm Food – Manure

Last week I discussed some of the important characteristics of a ‘quality’ worm food. In a nutshell, food quality is closely linked to a given material’s ability to support a diverse community of microbes. Those materials with a carbon-to-nitrogen ratio of between 20:1 and 35:1 are generally ideal, but other characteristics of the material, such…

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Setting up a Worm Bin / Bed Using the Bin ‘Aging’ Method

Last week I wasn’t able to fully respond to one of the questions due to space/time constraints, so I thought I would revisit the topic. As you may recall, Crystal H. asked… “Can I make a 8x4x2 worm bed out of the 2in rigid Styrofoam insulation to keep in my garage. How do I need…

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