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Vermicomposting: Easy and Efficient Composting with Worms: Great!

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Vermicomposting: Easy and Efficient Composting with Worms

By dave
August 22, 2011

Whether you live on a self-sufficient homestead or an apartment in the city, you should consider keeping a bin of worms to turn your kitchen scraps into the best compost available. Here's how to get started.

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Name: Tami Smith
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mollymistsmith
Aug 23, 2011 1:55 AM CST
Thanks for another great article. I really need to get off my duff and make one. Smiling
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Name: Dave Whitinger
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You will definitely not regret it! The most expensive part is getting the worms, but they will last you forever once they start multiplying! Consider it an investment towards a happier garden!

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