Worm Farming

Worm Farming

There are many benefit to having a worm farm It requires very little space It does not produce bad smells. It does not produce green house gases It can be done outdoors and indoors. It can process organic waste in a short time It saves you money on fertilizers, soil conditioners and pesticides It produces Worm Tea (liquid worm castings) which is both a natural pest repellent and organic fertilizer It produces Worm Castings which are amongst the best organic fertilizers known to man It produces a surplus of earthworms or compost wormswhich can improve your garden's soil in many ways It produces a continues supply of big fat fishing worms It takes less than 10 minutes of maintenance per week It can be easily turned into a profitable worm composting fund raiser for your early learning service.
Kelly Huntley - Jun 24, 2016
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