I came across an excellent article yesterday evening called Humanure Composting. It not only covers the author’s own personal experimentation in this area (which believe it or not, makes for intriguing reading), but it also offers insightful commentary on … >> READ MORE <<
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Thanks to Al for passing this one along! Pretty hilarious (and a little creepy).
P.S. Don’t let this scare you away from trying out worm composting!
[tags]worm composting, red worms, red wigglers, worm bin, vermicomposting, horror stories[/tags]… >> READ MORE <<
I wrote about this on the Red Worm Composting blog this morning, but figured it wouldn’t hurt to make mention of it over here as well.
This morning I was pleasantly surprised when a delivery person rang the doorbell, with … >> READ MORE <<
I received an interesting e-mail query from a reader yesterday and it has inspired me to write a post comparing worm composting with bokashi. You may recall that I’ve previously written about ‘Hot Composting vs Vermicomposting‘, so it … >> READ MORE <<
The verdict is in!! 🙂
I came across a funny article (relating to composting) last night and of course couldn’t resist writing about it here on the blog. The article appeared in the Sunday Star Times (link to follow) back … >> READ MORE <<
Needless to say, whenever I read about someone using both vermicomposting and aquaponics as part of a larger integrated system, I get pretty excited!! Growing Power is an organization doing exactly that.
This non-profit organization, based in Milwaukee (with … >> READ MORE <<
What’s the difference and which one is better?
As I mentioned in a recent article, I tend to lump hot (thermophilic) composting, vermicomposting, and (small-scale) ‘backyard’ composting together under the general term ‘composting’ (even though it is a term … >> READ MORE <<
Welcome to the first official post here on the Compost Guy Blog!
I wasn’t sure how I was going to kick things off. I tend to think about these sorts of things way too much, and and this was certainly … >> READ MORE <<
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