- Series: Backyard Farm Books
- Paperback: 58 pages
- Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 2nd ed. edition (February 22, 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1482609207
- ISBN-13: 978-1482609202
- Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.1 x 9 inches
- Shipping Weight: 5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 108 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #344,525 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Top customer reviews
I plan to set up a worm composting bin and get my child involved in the feeding and care of the worms. What a great way to learn about organic gardening!
This book is well-written, to-the-point, and covers the topic thoroughly. I chuckled a few times, too. Highly recommended!
A line drawing of worm anatomy would have been useful. Harvesting the worm castings is tricky and I could have used some suggestions on how to minimize the trauma to the worms - these worms are a lot more fragile than our husky native earthworms.
The author should have covered the concern by environmentalists in regard to this non-native species causing havoc with our native fauna if people get tired of them and throw them out in the forest, roadside, or in their garden/compost heap. Research is showing a negative impact on native species of worms and plants.
We have brandlings and they are gradually being introduced over all of our land mass.
We are delighted to compost/recycle our fruit and vegetables waste and are really keen to look at the environment in as many ways as possible.
This booklet is excellent for helping both our worms and ourselves to be productive and healthy in the small part of the world we can manage to the benefit the planet too.
Anyone wishing to use free and natural compost (no work or smells) plus recycle most of their food wastage (if listed) can have a small and neat bin that virtually looks after itself and can give you many benefits such as a on-site plot and nutrition for your plants - vegetables, fruit, flowers and trees that is really top feed.
I would recommend this booklet to anyone no matter how small their space is for it will be useful.
Note to the author: you don't have a link to your sustainable living book at the end, just a photo of the cover (don't know if that was intentionally left out) but I am looking forward to your book on bees next!
All around I think this is a great read, very informative and I would recommend it to anyone looking for more information on worms!