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Worms at Work

From Rodale’s Organic Life

Vermicomposting is the process of using worms, usually red wigglers or red earthworms, to break down food waste and other organic material into a nutrient-packed soil supplement. It’s a highly effective and efficient way to compost household food and garden scraps on a small scale. Using it in your garden results in more nutrients available to plants, better soil drainage, and improved soil structure. And, as we found out when we came across this time-lapse video by graduate students Gregor Skoberne and Anže Rovanšek in Slovenia, the process looks pretty cool, too. Read more

July

In My San Diego Garden and Kitchen 6-27-16