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  • Ngày đăng : 17-01-2019 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Red Wigglers

    What is red wiggler worm? Red Wigglers are great composting worms in a good environment, they eat half their weight in food a day. Imagine how much waste can be composted instead of ending in a landfill reducing your carbon footprint. 1kg of Red Wigglers Worms  (+1000 worms) are in different stages of life from cocoons to mature worms in their natural environment/bedding. We hand sort our worms to cut down on the disturbance of the worms thus insuring live delivery. Red wiggler worms are sensitive to vibrations or light. Red wigglers grow rapidly. Each mature worm in perfect environment pr
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  • Ngày đăng : 17-01-2019 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Red Wigglers – King of Compost Worm

    Red Wigglers (Eisenia Fetida), the king of composting worms, are the most popular and versatile of the composting worms. They need 3 things to thrive on breaking down your organic material: Air, Water and Temperature. Provided a good environment, they can eat 50 to 100% of their weight in food a day and produce three cocoons a week. Each cocoon can produce 1 to 5 baby worms. Red Wigglers (Eisenia Fetida) are called a lot of names Redworms, Tiger Worms, Manure Worms and Compost Worms. These worms are the most common composting worm on the market. They also are the smallest compost worm on the
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  • Ngày đăng : 20-12-2018 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    What earthworm can not eat?

    If you’re looking for another reason to eat fresh and eat healthy, this may be it! Worms can eat pretty much any organic matter that was once living, which encompasses a lot of healthy food such as fruits, vegetables and grains! That’s a pretty good incentive to buy fruits and vegetables more often. Not only is it great for your health, it provides food for your small wiggly friends as well. One small problem some people run into is not having the appropriate food for their worms and trying to feed them food scraps on the non-approved list! If your eating habits include more processed food th
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  • Ngày đăng : 20-12-2018 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Top 10 Fruits Worms Love To Eat

    As a new season of harvest rolls around, fresh peaches, pears, apples and much more will be filling kitchen pantries. It’s a great time of year to make delicious morning smoothies, fresh fruit pies and give your worms a succulent treat! This year, instead of letting all of your fruit trimmings go to waste, start a compost pile with them or give them to your worm farm! Worms are huge fans of fruit, it’s one of their favorite snacks. Any vermicomposter will tell you how much worms just seem to thrive and produce more when fruit is a staple in their diet. Since fruit doesn’t have a very long sh
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  • Ngày đăng : 02-03-2018 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Worm composting in Vietnam

    Red wiggler worms (Eisenia species) can be used for composting kitchen scraps and organics. This species of worm “red worms” or “red wriggler” is hardy and reproduces quickly. One pound of worms consumes up to 1/2 pound of food scraps per day. Worm composting is an odor-free way to dispose of your kitchen waste. Another benefit of “vermicomposting” or worm composting is that it produces worm castings that are excellent plant fertilizer. Worm composting can be done indoors or outdoors. Where we are located near Vancouver BC, our climate is mild enough for outdoor worm composting most of the ye
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  • Ngày đăng : 27-02-2018 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Worm bin materials

    Worm bins can be made of almost any material, however, wood and plastic are the most common. Below are several advantages and disadvantages to each material. Wooden Bins Advantages Wood is very porous, so it allows a significant amount of oxygen into your bin. Oxygen is critical to your worm's survival If built right, wooden bins can be quite eye-catching. Wood is a better insulating material than plastic. This is a great feature if you plan to keep your bin in a cooler location during the winter months. Disadvantages Wood bins tend to deteriorate quite quickly
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  • Ngày đăng : 27-02-2018 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Food for worm

    Usually people set up their own worm bin at home so they can compost their food scraps and leftovers. Unfortunately not all waste materials are created equal from a worm’s standpoint (or a human health standpoint for that matter), so we should talk a little about what should and should not be added to an indoor worm bin. SHOULD Vegetable & fruit waste (citrus fruit should be added in moderation when using smaller bins) Starchy materials – bread, pasta, rice, potatoes – all in moderation (beginners may want to avoid these altogether initially) Aged animal manures (careful with
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  • Ngày đăng : 27-02-2018 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Bedding

    Composting worms not only need food, but also some sort of habitat to live in – bedding materials provide both. Ideal worm living conditions can be created initially by adding lots of bedding material with a decent amount of waste material (and likely some water to ensure adequate moisture conditions). People often refer to the ideal composting moisture content as being similar to that of a wrung-out sponge. Higher moisture levels do tend to work better for worm composting, but this is definitely a good guideline to start with (especially when using a water-tight bin). Some great materials f
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