How does a worm farm work?

How does a worm farm work?

Starting your home garden
Composting fruit and vegetable scraps helps to reduce materials going to landfill but can lead to your garden becoming a haven for rodents. Food scraps in the compost heap may be viewed as a backyard dinner for these creatures. Rather than compost food scraps, an alternative is to establish a worm farm, which uses the scraps but contains them in rodent-proof containers. With a worm farm, you can turn your kitchen scraps and garden waste into rich, nutrient-packed compost for your plants. Worm farms are an eco-friendly and efficient way to recycle organic waste and produce high-quality fertilizer. In this post, we'll explain how a worm farm works, step-by-step. Setting up the Worm FarmChoose a suitable container: A worm farm can be set up in a simple container such as…
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Cacti and succulents in containers

Cacti and succulents in containers

Container and Small-Space Gardening
The slow growth and long display life of cacti and succulents make them ideal plants to grow in the limited space of a container. Potted plants can also be moved indoors or outdoors, depending on the weather, which suits varieties that are susceptible to cold, dampness, and frost. What are the benefits of growing your succulent plants in containers? Potted plants grow differently when given more room. Succulents grow far more quickly when in-ground or in large beds. A 200 mm tall ten-year-old potted plant can suddenly transform into a 600 mm tall specimen within a few months as a result of being released from the bondage of the pot. While this fast growth can be seen as a positive, potted plants hold their shape and form better. They also…
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