Christmas Tree Care

Christmas Tree Care RedWormFarms.com

Christmas Tree Care A little bit off-topic but due to the time of the year I prepared a short article about how Christmas tree care should be done. I hope, this is helpful, even it is for once not about our little friends, the red worms and worm composting. Christmas trees have been a long-standing symbol of the Christmas season but improperly cared for Christmas trees are unlikely to last the entire holiday season. Properly cared for, freshly cut Christmas trees, on the other hand, can take several weeks. Your…

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5 Things to Avoid When You Start Worm Composting

5 Things to Avoid When You Start Worm Composting - redwormfarms.com

5 Things to Avoid When You Start Worm Composting As you, as a frequent reader of my blog know, worm composting is an ancient method of rapid decomposition that normally takes place at higher temperatures in many regions across the globe. This decomposition is performed mostly by several kinds of bacteriae to work at higher temperatures to break down the organic materials. Concerning the best worms for worm composting see my other articles: “Best Worms for Worm Composting” and “Is It Good To Use Red Worms For Composting?“. The most lavish and…

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Why Choose the VermiHut 5 Worm Composter? Here’s All You Need to Know

VermiHut 5 Worm Composter - RedWormFarms.com

Why Choose the VermiHut 5 Worm Composter? Here’s All You Need to Know Do you want to buy VermiHut 5 Worm Composter but want to make sure that it is worth buying? Want to know about the product’s pros and cons? Well, there are several compost bins available in the market that make you confused about buying the perfect one. This worm composter is one that has a lot of features, very good amazon ratings, and is not an expensive worm composting bin. That’s why I have chosen to present…

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Best Worms for Worm Composting

Best Worms for Worm Composting - redwormfarms.com

Best Worms for Worm Composting About redworms – zoological facts Redworms or red wiggler worms belong to the family Lumbricidae of earthworms which comprises about 33 species whereas the majority of them are native to Vancouver Island and the US. They are technically called Eisenia fetida that are highly adapted to putrefying biological material while they flourish well in decomposing foliage, kitchen waste, and organic manure. Generally, Red wigglers measure 2 to 3 inches in length having reddish-purple color, tipped tail, and cylindrical body while several red wigglers have stripes on their bodies. Sexually, they are…

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