wormery


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wormery

(ˈwɜːmərɪ)
n, pl -eries
1. (Biology) a piece of apparatus, having a glass side or sides, in which worms are kept for study
2. (Angling) a container in which worms are kept, esp one in which they consume household waste and convert it into compost
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Make a wormery - this might be one for the boys, but I suspect girls would quite like this too
We're trying to recycle and I have asked them to find items to go into a massive bug hotel and wormery.
Culinary eccentrics Sam Bompas and Harry Parr, whose Dinner At The Twits event the beer accompanies, will also be treating guests to a live wormery to mirror the "spaghetti" supper favoured by Mr Twit, along with a bird pie with feet and claws sticking out of the crust and fruit vodka with a scented helium balloon chaser.
She even recycled her sprout and carrot peelings from Christmas in her wormery for the worms to produce compost.
While they were digging in the soil they spotted worms and decided to collect some of them and put them in a wormery.
A handful of worms is all you need to create a |fascinating wormery to amaze and amuse your child
Or the pub which has introduced a wormery to compost kitchen scraps and leftover food and uses the compost on the allotment where they grow their own fruit and veg.
The vegetables they help to grow are used in our kitchen for their meals, they collect leaves for the compost bag and have created their own wormery.
The 30-strong team from consultancy Dotted Eyes and its online branch Miso took just a day to make the new garden, complete with a handmade wormery, flower planters made from recycled wooden pallets and an archway entwined with climbing plants.
This fact sheet is included in the Key Stage 2 book to help teachers create a wormery with their pupils.
The Birmingham office roof, which is currently home to a wormery and a bee hive, will also be welcoming a new nucleus of bees later this year.
Kids will learn how to build an ant farm, spider house, bee box, wormery, and other habitats for bugs.