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Build a Worm Farm

Do you like worms? A worm farm is a fantastic way to minimize food waste by turning your organic kitchen waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants and soils. Worms eat organic waste and turn it into liquid fertilizer and worm castings, (the organic material that has been digested by the worms). We will provide everything you need to build your own red-worm farm, plus after care instruction.

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Build a Worm Farm

Do you like worms? A worm farm is a fantastic way to minimize food waste by turning your organic kitchen waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants and soils. Worms eat organic waste and turn it into liquid fertilizer and worm castings, (the organic material that has been digested by the worms). We will provide everything you need to build your own red-worm farm, plus after care instruction.

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Improving Soil Structure

Improving Your Soil Structure

Improving soil is different from simply adding fertilizer. Although fertilizer contains key nutrients, these are used up fairly quickly, and it won’t do anything for the structure, or long-term fertility of the soil. For that, you need to add organic matter, and it’s worth doing once every year. Late autumn is a good time to prep your beds and borders because the garden is quiet and ready for the winter, but any time from late autumn to early spring will work.

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