Making Your Own Worm Farm

I admit, in most ways, I’m not a fan of worms. When we go fishing I still prefer my son baits my hook. And if I see a worm on the surface of a street I get the shudders. But in my vegetable garden I’m thrilled to see lots of these wonderful creatures in the soil. Making your own worm farm is easy and inexpensive!

Making Your Own Worm Farm

Making your own worm farm

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Author: Elizabeth

I'm a wife, mom, and grandma who loves cooking, baking, gardening, and all things that go into making a cozy coop for my brood. Although I'm disabled I try not to let it get in the way of what I love doing.

20 thoughts on “Making Your Own Worm Farm”

      1. Gardening is really hard for me because of my disability but I LOVE the feel of the soil, the scenes of things growing, the sun on my skin, and especially eating what I grow!

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  1. I knew that worms were beneficial, but I had no idea they were this beneficial! We usually put old vegetables and coffee grounds directly in the garden to compost, but it doesn’t decompose well. Now I know why. 😄 I like worms. I’d love to try this! I’m always rescuing the poor things when I dig in the soil.

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