Thursday, August 25, 2005

Wonder worms

So this is a pretty normal article about how great worm composting is until you get about halfway down, and a worm composting expert from India just happens to mention casually that his wife wasn't too crazy about worms when he first got started with them, especially when a few of them "ventured into our bed."


That's all I want to know about that. Fortunately, he didn't elaborate.

Wonder worms

Sunday, August 21, 2005

Vancouver, City of Worm Enlightenment

I don't know what it is about the Pacific Northwest and earthworms, but these people have really got it going on. They even offer suggestions for a "dog waste" composter, although they are careful to point out that there is no finished product to be used in the garden. The goal is to create more of an underground digester that you can deposit the little treasures in. Not much to do with worms, but the point is that they leave no compost pile unturned.

City Farmer's Urban Agriculture Notes

Friday, August 19, 2005

Worm Power

If you're looking for some basic ideas on getting started with vermicomposting, check out Organic Gardening's worm resource page here:

Worm Power

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

By Way of Explanation

I'm moving my worm blog, Worms of Endearment, over to this site where it will be easier to manage. It'll take me a while to get all (or most) of my old posts over here. Bear with me. We're under construction.