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Can your worms drown??

 —-> So what happens when the heavens open and the rain won’t stop? Earthworms love the summer storms and rainy weather. It triggers the hatching of the compost worm cocoons. It signal time to come to the surface to mate for the field worms. It allows the worms to move around at night. But too […]

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International Composting Awareness Week

 THE Coffs Coast’s high, primary and pre-school students are invited to let their imagination run wild during this year’s International Composting Awareness Week. Design and create the best worm farm for the Awareness Week and your school will have the opportunity to win prizes, including a worm farm or compost bin and vouchers from Promised […]

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Worm Farms – Which one is right for me?

Having been a vermiculturalist for many years now I have seen many different types of home and commercial worm farming systems. They all have their place and are designed for particular purpose and use. The thing which disturbs me most is that many people buy their worm farm then come to me for advice and […]

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How to start a basic worm farm

A great way to get started worm farming is to start a basic worm farm. You can use many things for your worm farm. Click the link to download instructions for starting a worm farm using recycled fruit boxes. This is the cheapest, easiest and most effective way to get started worm farming. Visit our […]

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Worm farming made easy

What could be more simple than using one of The Earth’s natural systems to keep nutrients circulating. Here is a step-by-step guide to simple effective worm farming. 1.There are many different styles of worm farms on the market. Simplicity and practicality are important. Also consider the needs of capacity, space and climate. We recommend SWAG […]

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