Worm castings are one of the amazing products from Mother Nature that serve a multitude of purposes, some active and others more passive in their impact on the food production process. Consider this, composting with worms can reduce the waste that makes it into the landfill by 30% for a single household. That would include …Read More about The Value of Worm Castings
Everything breaks down over time. But some things take longer than others. Some might assume that worms will eat anything but that’s simply not the case. There are things they won’t eat, things they can’t eat, and things that simply shouldn’t be composted. The following will help you understand exactly what you should be feeding …Read More about What Can I Put in My Worm Bin?
Worms are the miracle workers of the garden and compost pile. Their relentless effort improves soil structure and efficiently recaptures nutrients that would otherwise end up in the landfill. I know what you’re think, “But really, worms?” and I get it. Worms aren’t the first thing that comes to mind when you think composting. In …Read More about But really, worms?: The benefits of using worms for composting
Worms are fairly simple creatures. Physiologically, they aren’t much more than a simple digestive system. Though they also have a lot of the same functioning biological systems has higher animals such as a nervous system, respiratory system, reproductive system, muscles and skin. Below are some of the basics of worm anatomy. Exterior Anatomy Epidermis The worm’s outermost …Read More about Anatomy of the Red Wiggler Worm