vermiposting pics

Discussion in 'Random Ramblings' started by smom1976, Jul 16, 2008.

  1. smom1976

    smom1976 too many projects too little time!

    May 2, 2008
    Pensacola, FL
    here are my new bins ready to go for some worms. We put them in our garden paths as so not waste any space.. we used two drawers from one of those plastic carts. I put holes in the bottom for drainage. They are not big but they will have to do for now. We will have to build boxes for the next row between the next beds..

    chicken coop in background. (I am going to plant sunflowers along that fence. Idea from other poster)
    boards to walk on.. even my 220 lb husband can walk across these [​IMG]
  2. What a GREAT idea for placement! Being buried like that will help insulate them!

    Enjoy your worm farm.
  3. injunjoe

    injunjoe Songster

    Jun 1, 2008
    Pasco county, FL.
    That looks good.
    What kind of worms are you going to raise?
    Last edited: Jul 16, 2008
  4. smom1976

    smom1976 too many projects too little time!

    May 2, 2008
    Pensacola, FL
    I am not sure what kind yet. I want to do two things

    #1 I want to make a little extra money selling the worms to bait shops ect.

    #2 I would like to get great compost to add to my beds.

    any suggestions as to what type of worms.

    My plan was just going to go and get some from the bait shop and ask if they would buy the same kind back?
  5. Year of the Rooster

    Year of the Rooster Sebright Savvy

    Jun 27, 2008
    West Central Ohio
    Get Night Crawlers!!! Nice, Big, Juicey Night Crawlers!!! [​IMG]
  6. menageriemama

    menageriemama Songster

    Feb 2, 2008
    Lake Nebagamon, WI
    Wormilicious [​IMG]
  7. max13077

    max13077 Songster

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  8. ccrecelius

    ccrecelius Songster

    Jul 1, 2008
    French Lick, Indiana
    What did you put in the drawers?
  9. tiki244

    tiki244 Flock Mistress

    Jan 1, 2008
    That is really neat. I like how you put them between the beds.
  10. TexasJoe

    TexasJoe Taking a break

    Mar 3, 2008
    Just make sure that your vermicompost bins are in the shade, 60-80 degrees is optimal.

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