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Worm Farm in a Bucket - $25 (Medford)

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This is like a worm farm in a bucket. Get a larger plastic tote and add your compost. Makes great soil additive, and you can make worm tea an excellent non-burning fertilizer. They make great fishing bait, Fish cant resist 2 or 3 pinned to your hook.

Starting with 1 gallon of coco choir in the bottom of a 5 gallon bucket. Then it gets1-1/2 gal of mixture from this winters red wigglers, worm cocoons (eggs), worm castings they are living in along with their food matrix. Enough to start your own vermiculture.

I feed them regularly. They get coffee grounds, carrots, leafy green veggies, potato skins, tea bags, banana peals, squash, pumpkins, apples, pears, ground egg shells, ground oyster shells, shredded paper,

No-No are citrus, pineapple, onion, meat, fat ---Any Thing that Molds---, Animal waste.

Get your self one of those plastic totes, drill some air holes in the upper part so the tote will still hold water. And you are good to go. Worms can stand the heat in the summer with no problems, you will want to protect them from freezing in the winter. I keep mine in the pump house and garage during winter.


For $25 you get:
1 gallon coco choir
1-1/2 gallon worm mixture with Hundreds of Worms
1 Plastic Bucket with Lid

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