Volumes of Waste It will take a few months for the worms to make their first usable batch of worm compost .. [more info]
Composting with worms operates year-around. You can place your wormery either indoors or outdoors.. [read more]
Fruit flies can enter Subpod when you are adding your food waste. They can also get into the system before your food scraps are added to Subpod if there’s a loose lid.
Bokashi juice contains nutrients from the food waste and is packed with micro-organisms so it makes a great free fertiliser! [more...]
The main thing to ensure your worms work well for you is to feed them regularly with kitchen scraps. Usually adding waste every couple of days is the most efficient way of ensuring they are working. They don’t like a glut of waste, and underfeeding means you won’t get them working to their optimum level.
Worm tea is an excellent liquid fertiliser for herbs and indoor plants as well as the garden. [read more]
It works by absorption of oils, waxes and lipids on the coat of insects, to which it is applied, whereby they lose water and of dehydration. [more...]