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  1. I hope this is the right place to post this but I was wondering if anyone had advice on the types of worms to use. I plan to use the worms to feed the BG in my Aquaponic unit. I'm also looking for a bin as well, are these worth buying? Or should I just make my own? Any recommendations? ​ ​Thanks in advance for any help
  2. Howdy All, That woman of mine went out and bought a Flemish Giant rabbit last year. And being the soft-hearted woman she is, the thing even lived in the house for a few months. After it grew to twice the size it was when it came to live with us, and started jumping on top of the shavings box, then started jumping over the top of the foldable cage panels, it was relegated to the outside hutch. Then she bought another doe. Then she bought a buck... and you know what happened next. So I finished the first hutch, built another hutch, and started the third. Now the first one was a simple three
  3. I'm sure I'm posting this in the wrong place since I'm still a noob but well... here's my rambling. For starters, I did do a couple of things right- I bought some red wigglers online and kept them contained, well watered with a great supply of shredded cardboard. I have two bins I use for vermiculture (raising worms to improve soil and process waste into nutrients). When I got my worms, I thought it'd be a good idea to split them into two groups so if I botched one, I didn't need to loose all my cute?, wiggly lil friends. My first bin was a styrafoam container, about 18 gallons- using stya
  4. Hey, I just ordered 2 Garden bed worm farms (mini rotters) from Kookaburra Worm farm. Looks like a good idea. Has anyone tried them? It is basically a worm farm that you put straight into the garden bed, the compost worms consume the leftover food, leave their castings in the soil, then the earth worms spread the castings further into the garden bed.
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