toddlister1 at gmail.com
Fri Jan 6 15:30:24 EST 2012
Where is your farm. Most of these regional sustainable ag conferences
offer vermiculture sessions. Will Allen of Growing Power in Milwaukee is
one of the well known verm educators. He
I raise worms for the castings and for tea as well. I have probably made
all the mistakes in 2 years. Right now I'm working three bins with an
initial five pounds. It's easy to get going and easy to screw it up. I have
my hands full with food production and didn't pay enough attention to my
That's changed. I'm getting good results this time.
I've used Jim's Worms and Dennis Holman's GAWigglers. He's got a great
set-up and has a nice workshop just east of Atlanta on a regular basis.
On Fri, Jan 6, 2012 at 11:13 AM, Andy Fellenz <artisanfarms at gmail.com>wrote:
> Anyone making their own vermicompost or compost teas? I am interested in
> learning more on doing both for use in the greenhouse and high tunnels.
> Any experience or suggested references would be helpful/
> I came across this article this morning:
> http://www.news.cornell.edu/stories/Dec11/Vermicompost.html . It is nice
> to see that the science is starting to catch up to anecdotal reports on the
> benefits of these materials.
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