Why worm farming?
It's an incredibly satisfying way to watch your food scraps get transformed into healthy soil. And you get the added benefit of feeling like a farmer, tending your thousands and thousands of worms.
You could go out and buy a big fancy worm farm... or you could look around for what you have at home that would be suitable to get started.
Want to have a go at this simple DIY method?
- 1. How to make your in ground worm farm from a bucket
- 2. Planting your worm farm in a container garden, raised bed, or in the ground
- 3. Adding worms and helping them to settle into a new home
- 4. Maintaining an in-ground worm farm: the full life cycle
- 5. Troubleshooting (learn from my prior mistakes so you can avoid them yourself)
- What next?
This could be your new worm farm
All you need to get started is: a bucket and a lid. And something to make holes in the bottom of the bucket, and then some worms to start you off.
Oh, and you'll need something to feed the worms - perhaps your food scraps?
All the additional information, troubleshooting, tips, and shortcuts are in the course.