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intr.v. ver·mi·com·post·ed, ver·mi·com·post·ing, ver·mi·com·posts
To make compost by providing organic waste as a food source to earthworms and then collecting their excrement.
Compost created in this manner.
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Worm Bin Composting Workshop - The OSU Extension Service Farms & Gardens Program in Lane County will sponsor a Worm Bin Composting Workshop on Saturday, taught by Extension Service compost specialists; learn how to make and maintain a worm bin, food management, harvesting, bin pests, use of castings; class is from 10 a.
The idea of worm bin composting (or vermicomposting) will be introduced, which will be taught more in depth in a separate class.
The farmers market will include a compost education station where visitors will be able to drop off their food scraps, learn how to turn food into dirt and view an educational worm bin.
Several garden plans, plant lists, and recipes are included as well as plans for the constructing a chicken coup and worm bin.
It will fit well into the Rock Creek Campus's loop system where students grow produce in the campus' learning garden for use in cafeteria and then recycling pre-consumer food waste using a composting worm bin.
Of course, another option would be to make the compost indoors using a worm bin.
FEED your worm bin with coffee grounds to help them flourish and recycle garden waste quickly.
Now is also a good time to start a worm bin, which will provide castings for spring soil amending.
Lunenburg Public Library celebrated Earth Day yesterday with a session on building a worm bin.
It is a sign that the worm bin is working as it should and indeed a quick rummage in the bin revealed healthy looking worms the size of anacondas.
Find step-by-step instructions for starting an indoor bin worm bin or backyard compost bin at www.
From figuring out volume of organic garbage to setting up a worm bin and understanding worm reproduction and development, Recycle With Earthworms covers all the basics.