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Raising Worms for Castings - Part 2

$27
4-5 Hours
Easy

In this post, we discuss how Eddie and I got passed the first worm disaster, and instead, opted for building and installing a worm tower in the garden. The goal was to have 100s & 100s of red wigglers eating our kitchen scraps to generate a wonderfully nutritious fertilizer for our veggie garden. But we didn't want to have to deal with their poo. We also wanted them in their natural habitat (in the ground)
raising worms for castings part 2, gardening, homesteading, Purchase cut and drill holes in the pipe
Purchase, cut, and drill holes in the pipe.
raising worms for castings part 2, gardening, homesteading, Dig or drill a hole in the garden
Dig or drill a hole in the garden.
raising worms for castings part 2, gardening, homesteading, Set pipe in place backfill
Set pipe in place & backfill.
raising worms for castings part 2, gardening, homesteading, Fill with scraps worms and cover it Simple
Fill with scraps & worms and cover it. Simple.
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  • Joyce Huff
    on Dec 21, 2016

    Why not just use the black corregated drain pipe that already has the holes in it???

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  • Donna Lawless
    on Nov 18, 2013

    I knew you'd know. lol. thank you.

  • Tlcnan
    on Jan 18, 2014

    our grandsons love " fishing with Nan and PawPaw,, and want us to raise worms for them to fish with,, our old tales of walking in the woods to gather earth worms , excite our little " city slickers" we have raised garden beds, with liners in he bottom, how could we Mae one of he here a worm condo,, Blessings,,

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