If you are a gardener, you might have already heard about red worms. They are also popularly known as red wigglers, manure worms or tiger worms. Whatever they are called, they are considered as the best worms for composting. However, to get the most benefit from these worms, they need to be fed well.
For organic gardeners, finding a good source of natural fertilizers to boost plant growth can be a little challenging. If you are still looking at a good option, vermicomposting is worth trying. In this article, I will explain what is vermicomposting and how you can use this to keep a healthy growth in your garden.
A lot of people now are fascinated with organic gardening. It is a type of gardening that uses organic matter instead of toxic substances. They say that this type of gardening is a bit challenging. Organic fertilizers are expensive. However, when you learn how to use worm castings, you can have a long-term supply of nutrient-rich organic fertilizer for your plants.
Mulch and compost are two essential soil conditioners for your garden. They help to keep your plants in top condition. However, people often use these terms interchangeably. Not knowing the difference make result in choosing the wrong one for your garden. So, what’s the difference between compost and mulch?
Well, this article will go into detail explaining exactly what mulch and compost are. It will also cover the various ways that you can use them in your garden and how they can benefit you and your garden.
Are you sick of seeing maggots in compost? How and what brings them into your compost? These are some of the questions we ask ourselves once we find maggots in our compost. But, did you know that you can get rid of them completely? Not only that, but you can also prevent them from coming into your compost ever. Here is everything you need to know about maggots to help you keep them at bay effectively.