The Worm Book - BF970

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by Loren Nancarrow & Janet Hogan Taylor

Complete guide to gardening and composting with worms. Amusing and informative book includes plans for constructing worm compost bins, how to use the worms, castings and vermicompost in the garden and fascinating worm biology. This book describes using natural methods to maintain a worm bin, trouble shoot problems, and keep away unwanted visitors, such as ants or flies. Additionally, if you want to get into commercial worm production or worm-related businesses, this book will help you on your road to success.

152 pages, softcover.

  • Item Model Number: BF970
  • Shipping Dimensions: 6 x 0.5 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds

Customer Reviews

Too general for me

I was excited to get this book and read about the worms I got for my worm bin. But it is a general book about all different types of worms, with only a little blurb about the eisena foetida. It looks helpful for building a worm bin -- there are plenty of plans and instructions -- but I didn't get the book for that.

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