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i love 2 fish with worms so i want 2 start a worm farm with 70$ bucks or less if u have any worm farm plans i want 2 here them i

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  • i love 2 fish with worms so i want 2 start a worm farm with 70$ bucks or less if u have any worm farm plans i want 2 here them i

    i love 2 fish with worms so i want 2 start a worm farm with 70$ bucks or less if u have any worm farm plans i want 2 here them i live in a hot state

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    first dig out your desiered area 3x4 is pretty good and about 2 1/2 to 3 feet deep then mix up some dirt with potting soil, mulch, dirt, and a little manure. water it every day the more moist you keep it the better and put you vegetable scraps in and turn it every once in a while. also you want to keep it covered either with burlap or an old peice of plywood. Hope this helps and good luck.

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    • #3
      They have worm farm starter kits at Wal-Mart and stuff. How big do you want it? Is it just for you? These kits are more than enough for one person.

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      • #4
        Check out this link from NC State:

        http://www.bae.ncsu.edu/topic/vermicomposting/vermiculture/

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        • #5
          Same here, they have worm kits at Walmart that should suffice. They are pretty cheap too.

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          • #6
            One thing you could try is collecting your worms for your worm farm by catching night crawlers in the early spring at night after or during heavy rain and or thunder storms. alot of times i will find night crawlers on the road (country roads). i can catch up to a thousand in one stormy night. I have a worm farm in my basement. it consist of a very large cooler with very small holes. topsoil for bedding and corn flakes for their food. cooler has to be tight or the will escape.

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