A suitable worm bin to work with is usually made of untreated wood or various styles of plastic. Wood bins create a different consistency of vermicompost than plastic bins and harvesting methods will vary from each other. Tip: your vermicompost is brown and ready to harvest when you don't recognize what feed stock you provided the worms. Sideways Separation: (works best with wooden bins): Feed and water one side of your worm bin for 2 weeks or more prior to harvesting, this should encourage worm migration to that side. Repeat this process in the future after filling the voided space with…
 This little rose showed its strength and color before anything else in the garden.
We've been pruning our trees during the four days of dry weather. Pruning during this time helps prevent disease and pests from settling into a moist and unprotected cut while allowing us to see the tree structure without leaves blocking our view. Pruning a tree invigorates new growth in the spring. Remove diseased branches or crossing and rubbing branches first. Next look at the scaffolding and open the tree for sun and air. Additionally fruit trees should be pruned down to six feet so that the fruit is easily accessible for picking. After pruning we spray aerated worm tea on our trees, the microbes help…
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