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Worm Composting Demonstration

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This guy does a pretty good demonstration. I gotta tell you, I’ve never, ever, ever added additional grit, and my worms are just fine.

Worms climbing a vertical wall

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Check this out……worms climbing a vertical wall. These are Perionix Excavitus..normally a tropical worm, but can be found almost anywhere Red Wigglers are found. They are known for trying to escape when kept in worm bins….wonder why? :)

What do the Pro’s think about Worm Castings?

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Watch this video showing worm castings used in a professional setting.

Learn about Why Worm Castings are Beneficial

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Interesting video on the benefits of using worm castings

Wood sided plastic wormery?

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Here’s an interesting concept? Is plastic supposed to breathe because it has a wooden shell?

Why Worms are Important

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Worms are definitely important for aerating your soil It’s critical that you choose the RIGHT worm. Alabama Jumpers are great worms for aerating your soil. Read about them at www.TheWormDude.com

The Worm Inn Composting System

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Look at how effective this system is for raising worms. The castings come out beautiful…NO MUD! The worms are healthy and active because they can breathe so wel…NO MUD!

Tapping for Worms

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This one is just plain weird!

How to Worm Hunt?

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Does anyone NOT know how to catch worms?

Well made video…but…..

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This is one of the most well made video’s on the net. Unfortunately, the host seems to have his worms mixed up. For example, it’s very unlikely to find Red Wigglers coming up from your soil. Red Wigglers are voracious eaters, and typically are found in nutrient rich horse manure piles or compost heaps. Now, if you really do a good job with mulching your soil, you could have a population that lives in that soil…but you would really need to work your soil on a regular basis. That’s rare.