Starting and Maintaining a Small-Scale Worm Farm

  • [shareaholic app="share_buttons" id="15774690"]
  • Starting a worm farm to convert organic waste into nutrient rich plant food and soil conditioner is easy!

    Worms are forgiving and reasonably adaptable, so you have a whole lot of leeway in keeping a worm farm. As long as you don’t let the worms dehydrate, drown, bake, or utterly starve, you’re going to be okay.

    Worms make a “super soil” that is 11 times more potent than ordinary soil. It's big business for gardening stores… and costs them next to nothing to make! And because of that… stores can charge a fortune for it because all plants crave it… This one, simple change to your gardening routine will absolutely change the way you grow… FOREVER. The result: Your garden's bounty will taste better than ever before — without any chemicals.

    It looks like rich, dark compost. It contains five times more nitrogen, seven times more phosphorus and 11 times more potassium than ordinary soil. It’s vermicompost – super soil produced as a result of the digestion process of the humble earthworm. A worm farm improves soil structure for use in your vegetable and fruit garden.

    Watch the videos on the next page to learn how you can make a worm farm and how to maintain it.

    Next Page »

    Add Comment