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Vermicomposting

(utilizing worms to convert organic waste into a nutrient rich soil amendment)


Hi, my name is Kim and I love taking items destined for the landfill and using them to create vermicompost aka worm castings.  I am currently working on creating a closed loop system for my worm farm.

With my worms the only items that I outsource to feed them is used coffee grounds and cardboard and occasionally a load of free wood chips and leafy material from a local arborist.

 

Worm castings

Worm castings

There are too many items that are being disposed of in landfills that can be used in your worm bin like veggie scraps, fruit scraps, eggshells, fall leaves, yard waste, old bills, newspaper, cardboard, etc.  By using these items and many more you too can create your own vermicompost.

Together we can all do our part to help divert items from going into our landfills AND to help rebuild our soils that have been depleted from over farming, excess tilling and YES! the use of chemicals.

By using Red Wigglers (Eisenia fetida) and keeping them in a suitable environment they will take those items and convert it into a beautiful soil amendment for you to use instead of chemicals on your vegetable plants or even your flower beds.  Worm castings have been used in scientific experiments and have been proven to contain plant growth hormones, are able to help suppress certain pests and diseases.

Red Wigglers

Red Wigglers

” Ditch the chemicals and give your plants some love”

*Proud and honored to be a Life Time Member of the Worm Farming Alliance*

Proud and honored to be an affiliate for the:

WFA the  VermBin plans and the Urban Worm Bag

Please visit my Products page for more information about these products and more…Thanks, Kim