Like Normal Composting, But Turbocharged

We recently stumbled across a great vermicomposting success story featured on Slate.com by Catherine Price of Philadelphia, PA. We thought it was a terrific success story and would like to share some of the highlights from her article. In it, she describes her dilemma of wanting to do the right thing by minimizing trash and being eco-friendly, but not having to deal with rotting food scraps. The Answer To The Dilemma Normal composting bins rely solely on microorganisms to break down food scraps. It’s a long process that requires active maintenance, but vermicomposting is a different story. It’s a faster…

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Ready to Be a Worm Farmer? Two Worm Kits to Start you Off!

We’re happy to report the trend towards bulk and commercial composting continues to grow, which means that demand for composting equipment and products, like the red wiggler worms, are going to continue to expand. As the composting practice increases around the country, there is a good chance they there will be an increased need for red wiggler worms in your neck of the woods before too long. Get started on your worm farming now with any of these three pre-packaged worm kits.   Worm Farm Kit Looking for something bigger than a hobby?  Well then create your own worm farm! …

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Composting 101: Organic Composting

Organic composting is one of the best ways in minimizing land fill accumulation. Not only that, composting food scraps from your kitchen or yard can also be a good way to recycle. This home composting process will also allow you to produce your own natural fertilizer, which can be used for your lawn or garden. It’s really easy to make and use, and is definitely packed with a load full of nutrients. You can do your own composting at home by simply preparing the following materials: compost pile/bin, some food scraps from your kitchen (make sure that these doesn’t contain…

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