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Walter - Seattle, 12/16/2012, 11:00 am Reminder from: the_worm_bin Yahoo! Group http://groups.yahoo.com/group/the_worm_bin/cal Walter - Seattle Sunday December 16, 2012 11:00 am - 11:30 am All
Dec 16, 2012
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Oct 26, 2011
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For those who may be interested .. I received this message and am forwarding it, to any who may find it helpful. ================================================= Thanks so much for this group.
Aug 7, 2011
Sorry Folks .. Taking a Haitus Seems I've lost my "helper" and my life has taken off in other directions, these days, to the detriment of this group. I'm putting it into archive mode only.
Aug 6, 2011
Re: Thinking about building this worm bin Yara, You might consider using a potato rake
Aug 3, 2011
Re: Thinking about building this worm bin Ah, the old dump-it-and-forget-it method. Also my favorite. I have a couple of regular plastic compost bins that have been converted into worm bins. One is
Aug 3, 2011
Re: Thinking about building this worm bin Hi Katherine, I just got one of these in the last month, mine is 3ft by 8 ft. I added a sliding wood door to one side for the top 2 blocks above ground, my
Yara silva
Aug 3, 2011
Re: Thinking about building this worm bin Thank you! I hadn't considered much of what you suggested. I'm a *very* lazy worm owner. I'm hoping to add ~2 lbs of unprocessed foods (not chopped, blended,
Aug 2, 2011
Re: Thinking about building this worm bin Katherine, I built a smaller version of this with scrap wood. Mine works great even though it's only 12" deep. You can usually find thinner cinder blocks that
Aug 2, 2011
Thinking about building this worm bin http://www.sierrawormsolutions.com/homebin.html Does anyone have anything like this? Anyone see any potential issues with it? Thanks! Katherine
Aug 2, 2011
Re: SPAM ALERT whoever the moderator or owner is has to go to the membership emails and put them on moderation, send them a message to change their password.I have seen spam
Jul 29, 2011
SPAM ALERT How do we report spammers on this forum?
Jul 29, 2011
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Allison Akbay
Jul 29, 2011
RE Lucky with worm bins Jennifer, you are both lucky and smart--but maybe those words mean the same thing. I wasn't sure what you meant by "nuked food" like banana peels/apple cores,
Jun 14, 2011
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bins in Zimbabwe Hi Jennifer you have obviously got the basics right, not too much food & keep moist etc. In Zimbabwe we do not have the freezing problems many of you have to
RTS Friction - Carruthers
Jun 13, 2011
Am I just lucky with bins? I have been reading all the recent posts & I wonder, do I just have great luck with worm bins, whether they r homemade or bought, or is it just that easy to
Jun 13, 2011
Worms and Summer Video Tips Saw some recent posts about worms and the heat, thought I would give you guys the link to my latest video on this very topic.
Jun 12, 2011
Re: Worm Composting Videos Sorry Dav, I did not see your question. I either buy my coconut bricks online in bulk or at a local pet store. They carry it in the reptile section. The brand
Jun 12, 2011
Re: I like this worm bin idea I think the size of these bins is good for those who can't lift heavy things. It's also good to re-use items that would normally go to landfill. These are easy
Jun 10, 2011
Re: I like this worm bin idea I recently filled a bin to the top, where the lid touched the bedding. The worms had no way to escape and many died. I suspect that this method would be
Jun 10, 2011
Re: I like this worm bin idea Allison, I think I'll try it too and if it works it'll sure be cheaper than the Worm Bin Factories I saw at the Mother Earth News Fair! ~Esther Washington ...
Esther Swartz
Jun 10, 2011
Re: I like this worm bin idea I wonder if anyone has tried making those buckets into a multi-level system where the worms migrate upward as move levels are added. I might try it myself,
Jun 10, 2011
Re: I like this worm bin idea Thanks for the link Linda! This is much more managable and I even have some pre-drilled buckets my DH used for a different project I might be able to use.
Esther Swartz
Jun 8, 2011
I like this worm bin idea I like this worm bin idea. This should at least be manageable for me to move. As it is now with my big tote, my husband is dreading moving it inside because
Linda Rushing
Jun 8, 2011
Adding nutrients Thanks Buddy I too feed my worms a lot of bruised whole bananas, lettuce etc from a factory next to where I work - I also compost the leaves and feed that as
RTS Friction - Carruthers
Jun 3, 2011
Re: Adding nutrients - WHEN? Hey Ian, I would go with choice #1. The mineral composition of your VC all depends on what you feed your worms. I tend to throw in a lot of banana skins, so my
Buddy Bourne
Jun 2, 2011
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Adding nutrients - WHEN? Hi all As most of us know, similarly to compost, vermicast is lacking in phosphates & potassium (important additions required for optimum plant growth). For
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Jun 2, 2011
Re: ? about temps Thanks! I will at least add bedding in the morning and remove the lid. When it comes time to harvest I may bring inside. Sorry for the late response. We
Linda Rushing
Jun 1, 2011
Re: ? about temps Great Info!  Thank you, Andrew!   Karen ... From: bearthio To: the_worm_bin@yahoogroups.com Sent: Wed, Jun 1, 2011 1:57 pm Subject:
Jun 1, 2011
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