Vermiculture: Promote Global Worming!. Written and designed By Julie Weisenhorn, Teaching Specialist, Department of Horticultural Science, University of Minnesota. December 2000. Darwin Earthworms.
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Written and designed By Julie Weisenhorn, Teaching Specialist,
Department of Horticultural Science, University of Minnesota. December 2000
- Charles Darwin, 1881
How can I change from
“waste-ful” to being “waste-free”?
“the culture of earthworms”
“using earthworms and microorganisms to convert organic waste into black, earthy-smelling, nutrient-rich humus.”
- Mary Appelhof
Fruit & vegetable scraps
Grains & cereals, pasta
Tea bags & leaves
Cooked eggs & shells
Coffee grounds & filters
Onions & potatoes
Banana bread, cake
Pet feces (cats)
Ex: orange peels
Plant cuttings treated with herbicides or insecticidesFoodstock