Contributing editor Barbara Pleasant explains how night crawlers and other worms can improve the structure of your garden soil, and how to attract them by using piles of compost and mulch.
Raising worms for the compost material they make, vermicomposting, is the easiest indoor pet experience.
Like many things in nature, the catalpa tree and worm have a special one-on-one relationship.
Our guest blogger is positively enchanted by the convenience, not to mention the benefits, of keeping worms in the garden.
Three easy ways to compost in small spaces and with little effort.
Stan Slaughter discusses a method to produce vermicompost in large quantities yearround.
As you can guess from their name, cabbage worms primarily attack plants in the cabbage family, but are not exclusively cabbage feeders.
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Ellen Sandbeck, who has nearly a quarter century of experience as the Head Worm Wrangler of Laverme's Worms, writes about how to make and run a homemade vermicomposting bin.
Describes a method of keeping red wiggler worms active and productive outside throughout the winter. Describes a method of sheltering and heating the worms using an active compost pile for heat and clear plastic glazing for shelter.