Worm Bin : Reunited

Reunited and it feels so good Reunited ’cause we understood There’s one perfect fit And, sugar, this one is it We both are so excited ‘Cause we’re reunited, hey, hey Alright take two on vermiculture at the Beacon Hill farm. Following the unexpected break up, detailed in “It’s not you…it’s me….”, a fresh batch of […]

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Worm Bin Exodus: It’s not you…it’s me

Not the warm welcome expected upon our return from a work conference in San Diego. While we were trying to keep classy, the worms decided to up and move out. All was looking great in worm town before I left. They were slowly breaking down the bedding, no bad smell and you could see it […]

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Launching a Worm Bin

My maiden voyage into vermiculture – the addition of 2,000 new “pets” to the Beacon Hill farm. Who: Red Wiggler, Eisenia Fotida – not just any worm’ll do What: Can consume organic material equivalent to their body weight each day to produce castings equal to 75% of their body weight each day. I plan to […]

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