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Worm castings, which may have high concentrations of salts, should be diluted
with other potting materials so that plants gain the advantage of the nutrients
present without suffering from the possible high concentration of salts. An
A likely interpretation of this experiment is that, although the 100% castings
provided more nutrients for the young plants than the potting soil, salt
concentrations in the castings may have been great enough to inhibit their growth
. The center ...
... anterior portion of digestive tract whose muscular contractions help grind food.
hatchlings Worms as they emerge from a cocoon. heavy metal Dense metal such
as cadmium, lead, copper, and zinc which can be toxic in small concentrations.
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I liked this book it was a simple guide to keeping worms that gave very easy to follow practical guides. I really liked that the author knew people would have different goals for their worm bins and created several different plans that accommodated those different goals Read full review
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For anyone interested in urban homesteading, gardening, recycling, composting, or just making your garbage smell less, this is the perfect book for you. Appelhof introduces vermicomposting (worm ... Read full review
What are worm beddings and where do I get them?
How many worms do I need?
How do I take care of my worms?
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