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Ask Brian….You can trust him…He’s from OZ!

Hi all, First off, my apologies for not posting for a while. Today it’s back to basics. I’ve had quite a number of new subscribers recently most of whom have little experience with “worming.” Since education is a big part of what I like to do, I thought a comprehensive list of questions would be […]

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Bugs under your feet

So, by now we all know that getting microbes into our soil is what we’re after. These critters are essential to the growth and well being of plants, and by extension, us. There are many ways to do this. We happen to use worms. Here is an article that gives a nice overview of the […]

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The Virtues of Worm Castings

    Hi again everyone. Sorry it’s been so long since my last post. As they say, “life is what happens when you’re busy making other plans.” The picture to the right gives a fairly good representation about all the goings on in the soil and how the food soil web interacts. While the mechanics of […]

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The Black Soldier Fly

  Hello again everyone. I’m back with something a little different this time. A little background first. The world of worms seems to be constantly evolving, both in scope and sophistication. What often starts out as an interesting hobby has changed into small businesses for quite a number of people. Also, as people get more […]

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The Power of Worm Poop

Hi again everyone. Since I got such a big response from this little article from NPR some time ago on my Facebook page, I thought I’d try it again on my blog for those of you who might be new to WormCycle. For someone trying out the world of worms for the first time it […]

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