After you have your worm bin running and worms processing your garbage, you will soon be able to harvest your worms and the compost. This is almost the last part of The Worm Composting Series. Keep reading to find out how to harvest your worms and the compost. If growing african nightcrawlers, you need to frequently harvest the adult worms and start a new bin with them. Because when their.
Last year I published my gardening book here in Curaçao. The point of the book is to teach people about gardening here in Curaçao. So they can start their own garden. Last month I decided to translate this book to English. This book will first be published on Kindle and then be available to also order a copy of it. Excellent Gardening Tips is finally here. The gardening book you.
There are many things that can happen in your worm bin. That is why this topic is part of The Worm Composting Series. Unpleasant odor coming from the worm bin This can be several factors: Over-full with food wastes. Too much food for worms and others are rooting. Stop adding food till the worms have eaten everything. The bin isn’t getting enough air. Gently stir up the bin every so.
Next step in The Worm Composting Series is Feeding Your Worms. In last week’s post I taught you how to prepare your worm bin for when your worms arrive. After the worms have settled down, they will start eating. You should wait at least 1 week after putting your worms in the bin to start feeding. If you feed them since day one, the food will stay there and start.
I ran a bit late, but the post is here! The next part in The Worm Composting Series is Preparing your worm bin. Before your worms arrive, you should prepare the bedding for them. They will be stressed after that long flight and they need a home to live in to relax and start working. Here are the steps. (Bedding contains of newspapers, cardboard, old leaves and egg cartons) Materials.
Post 3 of The Worm Composting Series is here! This article will be about the bedding for your worms. There are many different bedding types to start your worms in. In this article I’ve only put the easiest and most affordable bedding. Newspaper This is good especially when mixed with dry leaves or straw. Advantages No costs. Readily available It is easy to prepare. Just tear it in strips. You.
This is the second article of The Worm Composting Series. Last week we gave basic information about worm composting. In this week’s article, we will be talking about choosing your worms. There are many different kinds of composting worms. It is up to you which one is best and which one will be easier to take care of. Because each kind of worm, requires different temperature and/or habitats to live.
This is the first blog post from The Worm Composting Series. In this I’ll be giving you basic information about worm composting. Composting worms are a great help in the garden. They can help you with: • aerating the soil. Since they make holes in the ground to pass through, the air will also get the chance to pass through. •Moderate the soil pH •Brings great nutrients into your soil..
The Worm Composting Series is a series of blog posts that Hydroponics Curacao will be posting once a week about worm composting. In total we have 10 blog posts. Starting from basic information about worm composting to harvesting your worm compost. This blog series will teach you everything you need to know to start your own worm compost with success and harvest some nutrient rich compost that your vegetable plants.