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Image by Curandera Vision
Composting culture, you may enlist worms to do their dirty work in making rich earth.
As a worm eats its way through organic matter, it leaves behind castings, digested organic matter rich in nutrients and beneficial microbes. These microbes aid plant growth, help fight off disease nourish plants with readily absorbed nutrients that keep them healthy.
Compost bins are available to campground members at Sweetwater Reservoir – Bonita, California
Can-O-Worms Kitchen Composter
Image by Annie&John
We have wanted to get a kitchen composter for a long time, but we weren’t sure which kind would be best. As you can see, we finally decided on the Can-O-Worms. Now we can simply toss in our kitchen scraps (basically anything that was once living, but not animal), and the worms will munch it all up! Then we get luscious food that our plants will just love!
Here, we have just added the coir (coconut husk fiber) for the worms’ initial bedding.