"Caveat: In an established worm habitat, they should be able to eat up to half their weight each day. So a pound of worms should be able to eat a half-pound of material. A newly created worm habitat will take much longer to build up to…"
I haven't experimented with a Bokashi Bucket, so I'm not familiar with it. I persomally use both traditional composting and vermicomposting. Hot composting will heat/kill pathogens that worms can't. Worm vermicast…"
"I just built a worm tower and planted it next to a tree in my backyard. It will feed the tree and help improve the soil around it. As long as you do not place it near anything edible.
Here is a short video on making a worm…"
"There are 2 sites that I use for vermicomposting.
red Worm Composting
Here are some quick facts i borrowed from Red Worm Composting:
Worm composting (also known as vermicomposting) involves the breakdown of organic wastes via…"
Welcoming discussion on the whole spectrum of composting methods. If it's a way of turning organic material into fertile earth, lets talk about the method, your experiences, the pros and the cons of it!See More