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My own vermicompost building, temporary solution that will probably be no more when the summer comes.
· Date: Tue February 2, 2010 · Views: 1902 · Filesize: 21.7kb, 1167.9kb · Dimensions: 2136 x 2848 ·
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Seweryn


Registered: September 2008
Location: Zamość/Józefów, Lesser Poland, Poland
Posts: 477
Sat February 13, 2010 5:35am

Maybe I am unenlightened, but why do you produce that compost?

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Jack Daw

I think with my banana ;)

Registered: December 2008
Location: BA, SK, CEU
Posts: 3525
Sat February 13, 2010 5:44am

It's an excellent fertilizer, or as Richard corrected me, "soil conditioner"

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Seweryn


Registered: September 2008
Location: Zamość/Józefów, Lesser Poland, Poland
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Sat February 13, 2010 4:36pm

well, Isn't easier to make a compost pile in the garden and just wait till it produce itself?
Is it any difference between this vermicompost and normal one?

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I think with my banana ;)

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Sat February 13, 2010 11:04pm

Well Sew, this way I made extremely quality compost full of nutrients, minerals and bioforms within few weeks. Otherwise it would take me at least a year. Wink Time is of the essence. Wink

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