Beginners Guide to Worm Farming


Owning a worm farm is very rewarding; it will turn your kitchen scraps into a high-value, natural fertiliser. Being eco-friendly it reduces greenhouse gasses too. Once you start feeding your garden with worm castings it will flourish like never before; your vegetables will be bigger and tastier, your flowers healthier and it will all be … Continue reading Beginners Guide to Worm Farming

Ramblers New Wormery


I was donated thousands/s of worms from a local farmer who had too many in their bath tubs. They started from about 1KG of worms, just 2 years ago. I collected bags of them and quickly transported them back to their new home that had been prepared with car tyres. I found this the most … Continue reading Ramblers New Wormery

Worms and worm farming


Just getting my hands dirty, but also now recycling and reusing. Instead of throwing away your left overs there are ways to create small worm bins for yourself or your family and start converting your organic waste into valuble plant food aswell as revitalise your soil. The scientist Charles Darwin described worms as the most … Continue reading Worms and worm farming