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There are many benefits to starting a worm farm. One of that benefit is you can recycle waste and make compost piles to fertilize flower beds and vegetable gardens.  When used in soil, worm farms help to keep the soil rich and healthy.

With lots of people getting involved with the environment and the green concept, worm farming is now a very common way to create potting soil in your own home.  Regardless whether you live in a home or an apartment, you can use scraps from fruits and vegetables and create potting soil for plants that you have in your garden or inside your home. Some worms are better for composting than others.  That’s why it’s imperative to know which ones to use for your worm farm.

It’s really interesting when you start to look beyond the usual and see how much worms and worm farms really help the environment. This book will teach you precisely:

·         How to start a worm farm
·         What worms to use
·         How to design a worm farm
·         Worm food and feeding
·         Vermicomposting

Plus other worm farming issues that you will find extremely helpful as you start your own worm farm for your home garden or for a profitable business.

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