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Vermicompost Bedding is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Vermicompost Bedding books and related discussion.
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- Vermicompost contains not only worm castings, but also bedding materials and organic wastes at vari- ous stages of decomposition.
- Pig manure vermicompost as a component of a horticultural bedding
- Pig manure vermicompost as a component of a horticultural bedding plant medium: effects on physicochemical properties and plant growth. R.M.
- Small-Scale Vermicomposting
- Small-Scale Vermicomposting. HG-45 — Aug. 2005.
- Benefits Vermicomposting
- Harvesting: Vermicompost is ready to be harvested when it contains few to no scraps of uneaten food or bedding. Getting Started. Vermicomposting: What is it?
- Vermicomposting 101
- Do not over feed your worms! Setting up your vermicompost bin: 1. Provide bedding.
Suggested Web Resources
- Vermicomposting - Composting with Worms
- The bedding for vermicomposting systems must be able to retain both moisture and air while providing a place for the worms to live.
- The materials needed to start a vermicomposting system are simple and inexpensive.
- Common Vermicomposting Mistakes & How to Correct Them
- (Melons, etc) Your bedding and finished vermicompost should be damp, like a wrung out sponge. Not dry and not dripping wet.
- Worm Your Way Into Composting! vermicomposting - Worm Bedding
- The worm bedding is the most important part of setting up the worm bin.
- Vermicomposting: Journey to Forever organic garden
- Resources. Vermicomposting. Vermicompost and plants.
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