Starting and Maintaining a Small-Scale Worm Farm

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  • It’s basic stuff, but the increased crop productivity, and long-term benefits of vermicompost are undeniable. Soil conditioned with this “black gold,” is what keeps many farm and garden operations from going under. It improves soil structure, increases yield and even improves the taste of fruits and vegetables, and makes them last longer in the field. And, it doesn’t require fancy chemicals or industrial packaging. It does it the old fashioned way, with millions of employees. Squirmy, red employees. Red Wigglers, or Eisenia fetida, to be exact. Every so often, worms themselves are harvested for sale.

    Watch the video that shows how to easily and quickly make a worm form for less than $45.

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    On the next page learn the best way to maintain the worm farm.

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