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Newbie too! :) I just jumped in!!!:D

Staten Island, NY(Zone 7b)

I started here 5 days ago and I made my first wormbox!!! :) I'm pretty sure most of what I dug up is the Redworms. I will check later before putting them on the box. Meanwhile they are happily munching on some greenery.:) Where can I find pictures here about Redworms? Thanks! :)

Poughkeepsie, NY(Zone 6a)

Welcome! Use the search box at the top right corner of this page!

Durhamville, NY(Zone 5b)

Welcome. If you haven't found it yet there is a forum for vermicomposting which is worm raising. It's near the end of the general gardening groups.



Staten Island, NY(Zone 7b)

Thank you Bunny! Thank you Doug! I'm loose in a candy shop!! :D but more for me a yarn and needle work shop!! ;)

Magnolia, TX(Zone 8b)

not a subscriber-may have a time with other forums tho. I dont do links, but there is a tab says search forums, try putting that in and it will take you to some articles...

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Prairieville, LA(Zone 9a)

A little fodder for you on vermicomposting. Here we are fortunate to have relatively warm winters, so ours is a bottomless bin....we added some green and brown garden detritus to the bin just sitting on top of the soil and some veggie peels and scraps....within just a few days the worms found us...it has been going for about 10 years and produces nice soil and exceptionally fat worms...grin

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Vermicompost

http://aces.nmsu.edu/pubs/_h/h-164.pdf

http://www.urbanfarmonline.com/urban-gardening/backyard-gardening/dos-donts-composting-worms.aspx

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