Hunting For Red Wigglers In Finished Worm Castings | How Many Worms Did I Find? | Vermicomposting

Hunting For Red Wigglers In Finished Worm Castings | How Many Worms Did I Find? | Vermicomposting

Growing Healthy Tomato Plants: Care and Feeding Tips to caring for tomato plants revealed! What is the proper way to water a tomato plant? How often should I be watering?…

Are There Any Red Wigglers Left In The Sifted Worm Castings That Needed Saving? | Update #1

Are There Any Red Wigglers Left In The Sifted Worm Castings That Needed Saving? | Update #1

Why Garden Organically? Many people are considering a more natural approach to gardening. If you use synthetic or artificial substances on your garden, then you cannot be 100% certain that…

Bait Cup Check-in Turned Into A  Rescue Mission | Worm Bin Too Dry | Red Wigglers Dehydrated

Bait Cup Check-in Turned Into A Rescue Mission | Worm Bin Too Dry | Red Wigglers Dehydrated

Protecting Your Garden From Hungry Deer In spring you plant your garden confident that you’re going to have the greatest crop ever. Imagine your chagrin, however, if you get out…

How I Use Worm Castings In My Garden | July 2021 Garden Tour | Vermicomposting

How I Use Worm Castings In My Garden | July 2021 Garden Tour | Vermicomposting

Planting Vegetables in Pots – Helpful Hints Any location in or around your home that receives about 8 hours of sunlight makes an ideal location for vegetable gardening in containers….

Last Attempt Baiting Baby ENCs From Finished Worm Castings | Watermelon Update #2 | Vermicomposting

Last Attempt Baiting Baby ENCs From Finished Worm Castings | Watermelon Update #2 | Vermicomposting

Blue Green Algae In Lakes – Pros And Cons Of Photosynthetic Bacteria Blue green algae is a type of bacteria that can produce their own food through photosynthesis, just like…

Baiting Baby ENCs From Finished Worm Castings | Watermelon Update After 4 Days | Vermicomposting

Baiting Baby ENCs From Finished Worm Castings | Watermelon Update After 4 Days | Vermicomposting

How to Grow Lettuce Indoors Want to grow your own lettuce but don’t have any space outdoors? No problem. Lettuce are just one of those vegetables that you can easily…

First Harvest Of Red Wiggler Worms Using A Bait "Cup" | 1 Week Later | No Coconut Coir Worm Bin

First Harvest Of Red Wiggler Worms Using A Bait “Cup” | 1 Week Later | No Coconut Coir Worm Bin

How to Grow Romain Lettuce If you are learning how to grow Romain lettuce, I say that you are making the right choice. This variety of lettuce are the least…

Baiting Baby ENCs From Castings Banana Peel Update | Day 6 | Vermicomposting With Nightcrawlers

Baiting Baby ENCs From Castings Banana Peel Update | Day 6 | Vermicomposting With Nightcrawlers

Poppies – Why Staking Is Important To get the best from poppies it is often important to go further than simply growing seeds and popping plants into your gardens. Whilst…

Baiting Worms From Worm Bin Using A Bait "Cup" | Red Wiggler No Coconut Coir Bin | Vermicomposting

Baiting Worms From Worm Bin Using A Bait “Cup” | Red Wiggler No Coconut Coir Bin | Vermicomposting

Worm Bin Compost Keeping a worm bin is simple and easy. There’s no mess, no foul odor and best of all you can keep it right in your kitchen. Danger…

Resetting Baiting Area For Baby ENCs | Baiting Worms From Finished Worm Castings | Vermicomposting

Resetting Baiting Area For Baby ENCs | Baiting Worms From Finished Worm Castings | Vermicomposting

Dealing With Invasive Plant Species Dealing with invasive plant species in the UK can be quite the challenge. Plants such as Japanese Knotweed, once they have taken over your yard,…